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Youri Messen-jaschin: 'LIGHT II', 2003 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Artist Description: Light on Wood, glass & neon. / Publication : 3/ 2010 Focus of Stamps, the collector magazine Swiss Post. / Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2003. by ProLitteris, Po. Box  CH- 8033 Zurich / (r) 2003 CCC Salem / (r) 2003 ARS New York / (c) 2003 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland ...
, 2003
Optical - Sculpture
148 x 148 cm (58.3 x 58.3 inches)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Light III', 2004 Glass Sculpture, Optical. Artist Description: glass & neon.Photography by Youri Switzerland / (r) 2004. by ProLitteris, Po. Box CH- 8033 Zurich / (c) 2004 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
, 2004
Optical - Sculpture
148 x 148 cm (58.3 x 58.3 inches)
Eric Ehlenberger: 'Jellyfish group image', 2001 Glass Sculpture, Marine. Artist Description: Suspended in mid- air, these unique glass and neon Jellyfish glow with a life of their own. Individually handblown by the artist with careful attention to detail, the neon tentacles radiate with rich and subtle hues. . Each Jellyfish is powered by a 12VDC adaptor which plugs into a ...
Marine - Sculpture
16 x 36 inches (40.6 x 91.4 cm)
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Youri Messen-Jaschin - Youri Messen-Jaschin is an artist of Latvian origin, he was born in Arosa-Switzerland. His artistic studies brought him to the "Ecole Superieur Nationale des Beaux-Arts". He was a pupil of professor and master Robert Cami and also attended the Hautes Etudes of the Sorbonne University, which included, History of Art, with professor Pierre Francastel from the Ecole Pratique, in Paris. From 1962 to 1965 he returned to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lausanne, where he worked with the engraver and painter Ernest Pizzotti. He debuted his creations at the Lausanne EXPO, in 1964 (Swiss fair), where he presented his kinetic sculptures of glass and acrylic resin. Youri was searching for new forms of art. He worked two years in "The Center of Contemporary Engraving" in Geneva. But it was in Zurich that he expanded his pictorial perspective with the experience of the circle above the face, influenced by the Swiss painter Friederick Kuhn. From 1968 to 1970, he studied at the University of Hogskolan for design & Konsthantwerk of Gothenburg, where he made kinetic objects of textiles. In 1967, he met Jesus-Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Julio Le Parc during an ...

Eric Ehlenberger - My interest in neon, metal and glass began with a childhood fascination with prisms, rainbows and colored light. It was exposure to the Impressionists use of color and light to develop mood that triggered my interest in art. The Constructivist movement of the early 20th Century, particularly the works of Tatlin and Malevich, strongly influenced me with regard to structure and form. Subsequent influences include the Abstract Expressionist focus on non-objective interpretation and Asian culture's aesthetic emphasis on the elegance of simplicity and the economy of form. I approach my sculptures as meditations of form and color. Using the vibrant colors and shadows achieved by combining neon lights with glass and brushed metal, I explore the emotional impact of luminous color and simple forms. This contemplative approach is most evident in such series as the Circle, Arc Series, Composition Series, Celebration Series and the Tectonic Series. Of greater complexity are the theme-based series of my Venusian World sculptures. In these series, I explore a fantasy world of luminous flora and fauna including landscapes and dioramas in order to create an environment in which many sculptures work together as a whole. The culmination of this work is the "...