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Martin Janecky

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Portrait of a clown, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 23" X 7" X 7" © Martin Janecky
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Portrait of a clown Hot Sculpted Glass 13" X 13" X 5.8" © Martin Janecky
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Portrait of a clown, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 13" X 13" X 5.8" © Martin Janecky
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Juggler , 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 26.5" X 11.5" X 9" © Martin Janecky
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Juggler, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 26.5" X 12" X 9" © Martin Janecky
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Juggler Hot Sculpted Glass 25.5" X 12.4" X 8"
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Portrait of a clown Hot Sculpted Glass 24.5" X 9" X 6" © Martin Janecky
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Finale /4, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 22.5" X 8.5" X 9" © Martin Janecky
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Finale /4, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 22.5" X 8.5" X 9" © Martin Janecky
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Finale /5, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 22" X 8" X 10" © Martin Janecky
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Finale /5, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 22" X 8" X 10" © Martin Janecky
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Portrait of a clown, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 24.5" X 9" X 6" © Martin Janecky
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Portrait of a clown, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 24" X 8.5" X 8.5" © Martin Janecky
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Portrait of a clown, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 24" X 8.5" X 8.5" © Martin Janecky
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Finale /1, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 20" X 8" X 9.5" © Martin Janecky
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Finale /3, 2011 Hot Sculpted Glass 22.5" X 7.2" X 8" © Martin Janecky
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Mask, 2007 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass © martin Janecky
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Flutes, 2007 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass © Martin Janecky
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Clown , 2008 Hot Sculpted Glass 20 / 8 Inches © Martin Janecky
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Mask, 2007 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 68 Inches © Martin Janecky
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Prcek, 2006 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 18 Inches © Martin Janecky
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Prcek, 2006 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 18 Inches © martin Janecky
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Violin , 2007 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 36inches © Martin Janecky
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Saba, 2005 Sculpted Glass 26 Inches © Martin Janecky
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Saba, 2005 Sculpted Glass 26 Inches © Martin Janecky
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Art of Silence, February 2008 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 71 Inches 32 Inches © Martin Janecky
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art of Silence, february 2008 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 71 Inches 32 Inches © martin Janecky
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Art of Silence, February 2008 Hand Blown / Sculpted Glass 71 Inches 32 Inches © Martin Janecky
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Liberec, Czech Republic
Birth year
1980
Lives in
Prague/Czech Rep., Fairbanks/Alaska
Works in
Fairbanks AK
Representing galleries
Habatat Galeries www.habatat.com
Tags
glass realism, blowing, Martin Janecky modern, figurative, sculpture
Statement

Martin Janecky began working in glass at his father’s factory in the Czech Republic at the age of 13.  His Secondary training at the a four-year secondary school concentrating on the creation of glass art in Novy Bor introduced him to artists and designers from around the world that hired him to execute their ideas.  Throughout these beginning years Martin would develop his ideas and patiently wait for the opportunity to express them in the material.  In 2003 Martin made his first trip to the United States, still working for other artists, he was able to add to his already well-developed skill set and knowledge of the material.  Shortly after arriving in the US, he was able to begin making his own work while being a visiting artist at various glass programs such as the Corning Museum of Glass, Pilchuck Glass School, and Penland School of Craft.  Throughout this time he has developed his passion for pantomimes and circus performers into work that is skillfully executed and which truly expresses his interest in these individuals. Martin is considered one of the top glass sculptors in the field today, he is represented by the Habatat Gallery and has exhibited his work in galleries and museums all over the world.