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Lucio Bubacco.Стекло. Часть 1.

Lucio Bubacco.Стекло.



Carnival




Symphony orchestra











Blue furnace



The Great Carnival Fest






Furnace


The magic of the glass


The creation

Play of glass

In the midst of the furnace flame



glass sinphony



Devil and angels furnace

Divine

The divine history















The kiss




Moon woman



Leda and the swan


Funny dreams I

Funny dreams I (part)


Funny dreams III


Funny dreams II


The kiss

Devils


Fischer devils


Devils band


gentle devil


Sweet devil


Devil dancing with a crow






Devil and angel creating


The swans dance


The swans dance

Water irons


The hunter


The creature cry


swans lake


scorpionwoman

Nights creature woman B

Nights creature woman


Irons dance


Heavenly orchestra


Eve and adam


celebration


celebration


Bacchanal


Agressione


Angelo e Satiro


Minotauro


Erotic-6





Erotic-5

Erotic-2

Ninfa Eros Serpente

Unicorn-Green.

Antelope Womab

Saint-Sebastian


Devils and angels










Triangle with the devil



Triangle with the devil (part)



Banana's woman and devil


Sadomaso players


Sadomaso players


triangle


Sadomaso players


S.m. games

Vasi

the creatures

temptation

sundance


seeform.

sunset



malice

Three Graces




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Lucio Bubacco was born on the island of Murano (Venice), in April 1957. He began as a child with an old craftsman, playing with the glass and making small animals. In 1971, when he was 14, he completed his first works with the "lume" technique, inspired by Greek, Roman and Byzantine classic art, by medieval and renaissance theater and by "La Commedia dell'Arte."

Son of an artist, his father Severino Bubacco was a very important Maestro glass artist. In 1980 he began studying anatomical drawing with the Venetian artist Alessandro Rossi. His style takes on a new dimension; The movement of the figure becomes the central theme of his work.

His masterpieces are crafted in Murano glass, also called "soft glass" because of its high soda content, which is famous for its characteristic brightness and ideal for the "lume" process.

His technical experience and knowledge of glass color compatibility allow him to create unique works: figures entirely hand-formed and incorporated in blown-vases or in casting.

His works transcend traditional uses and conceptions of the "lume" technique. They collocate motive tensions and plasticity in a context of narrative surrealism, to create highly original pieces derived from his personal sensibility.
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