Gordana Turuk, the creator of the Gordana Glass brand, is an artist in body and soul. Her glass bowls, images and designer home furnishings are known all over the world. Many celebrities, such as Benedict XVI and Queen Elizabeth II, known for their refined taste, also fell in love with the beauty and uniqueness of her creations. The artist works in her studio in Bratislava, where she also exhibits her work. Her art can also be admired in the new Media Bohemia Sky Gallery in Prague, where she has relocated after a 4-year stint in Dušní Street.
Having talent is fundamental to an artist, but that alone does not guarantee success. Gordana knows this very well and really puts everything into her work. As PhDr. Ľuboslav Moza, PhD, a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, comments: “Gordana Turuk has gained recognition mainly through her talent, patience and discipline. Everything in her work concerns the love of life and people. Being among the best means being original. Gordana creates a new, delicate and extremely powerful world, behind which there is a human. In her art, there is a wealth of value which we will never be able to quantify – happiness.”
Gordana is originally from Croatia, but currently lives in Bratislava, where she also has her studio – the venue where her fascinating works of art are created. The artist is also dedicated to home design, so you can have her work in your home in the form of a unique bowl, as well as an original table, washbasin or mirror. The appearance of all her works is truly captivating, either due to the magical reflections, luxurious materials or enchanting shapes.Gordana herself says, “Glass is my soul.” So if you want to look into the creative soul of this exceptional artist, stop by the new Media Bohemia Sky Gallery in Prague.
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