Small crystal paste glass

Jean Gazdac

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Small glass with irregular base in blue crystal paste. The work of the glass surface allows the glass paste to express a lot of s ...
  • Material : Blue crystal paste
  • Color : Copper blue
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Small crystal paste glass

Jean Gazdac

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Small glass with irregular base in blue crystal paste. The work of the glass surface allows the glass paste to express a lot of its potential and to amaze us.

  • Type precision : sculpture
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Use : Food
  • Dimensions : Height 6 cm. Upper diameter: 5.8 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Crystal paste for this unique material by its variations of color and transparency. To use with respect: "Beauty is fragile".

It is a question of making play the look and the object through the transparencies, the variations of color and to create its "contemporary Antiquity". Each piece is made with a unique mold and the play of air bubbles and translucency is unpredictable and unique.

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Craftsman

Jean Gazdac, artiste-verrier, mêle subtilement pâte de cristal, métal et bois pour créer des sculptures originales qui détournent des objets traditionnels de leurs usages premiers. Il joue sur les contrastes de matières, la fragilité du verre, mais aussi avec les qualités optiques et hypnotiques de la couleur bleue translucide. Hommage au « bleu Klein », les teintes varient en fonction de l’épaisseur du cristal. Il parvient ainsi à sublimer la beauté vintage d’outils qui font la richesse du patrimoine populaire : marteaux et faucilles, fer à repasser à l’ancienne, enclumes et clés anglaises, boisseaux et poinçons, embauchoirs à chaussures. Ses objets revisités dégagent à la fois poésie et fantaisie.