Raise your Glass for…

November 16, 2010

Artist Atul Bakshi is passionate about glass. He loves experimenting with every dimension of glass, from its physical form to the very essence of its spirit. A former Naval officer, Atul’s love affair with glass began many years ago, in Australia where he first studied the technique of modern stained glass.

Atul not only creates beautiful works of art for private homes and businesses, he restores traditional stained glass windows and panels in century-old churches and also creates unique pieces of art for his studio gallery. Here are a few of his beautiful glass art creations.

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Stained Glass - 10 feet x 6 feet - Connaught Place, New Delhi

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Enamelled , fired and leaded glass - 17 feet high x 20 feet wide - Bangalore

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An installation with roundels - 12 feet X 4 feet - Lemon Tree Hotel , Gurgaon, India

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Harappan Bull: Thick Cast Glass and Head:Cast Glass in Steel

Atul’s sculpture, Mor Matsya (Mor for Mother in Swedish and Matsya for Fish in Sanskrit) was displayed at the Nobel Society party at the Swedish Ambassador’s residence in New Delhi. Here is a picture:

Mormatsya Raise your Glass for....

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One Response to Raise your Glass for…

  1. magiceye on November 18, 2010 at 1:04 am

    marvelous!

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