Svatopluk Kasalý: Czechoslovakian Glass Artist

Liu, Robert K.
May 1985
Ornament;May85, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p16
The article profiles Svatopluk Kasalý, a Czech glass artist who has attracted jewelers in the West because he can work with coldform techniques. His jewelry takes advantage of the reflective qualities of glass. The works of Kasalý contrasts the metal and glass with the contours of the human body. The artist understand the importance of visualizing the attributes of jewelry and its wearer.


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