Renowned designers, Crystal Caviar, will present the best sea inspired crystal sculptures at Dubai International Boat Show 2018.
The most sophisticated piece at the show is a 70 kg marine chronometer. The clock, which took over a year to produce, will be among the exquisite selection of sea inspired crystal sculptures Crystal Caviar will be exhibiting exhibit at Dubai International Boat Show.
There will also be unique artworks to view in the Marine Art Gallery. This year the gallery will be officially supported by ArtSiO gallery, the partner gallery of Crystal Caviar, which represents all exhibited artists. The biggest attraction of this year’s Marine Art Gallery will be the brand new gold marine chronometer made by Mr. Jan Frydrych and Thomas Mercer company.
The gold chronometer is third chronometer made in collaboration between Mr. Jan Frydrych and Thomas Mercer company, and it is the last one from the unique series. The first two chronometers were presented at Monaco Yacht Show last year.
The gold chronometer is made from first class Bohemian optical glass, the time machine was supplied by Thomas Mercer. The glass body lights up the beauty and sophistication of the precision mechanism from every angle and the visual effects are constantly changing as observers tour around the case.
Mr. Frydrych will also display his own unique series of marine chronometers. The newest one, royal blue chronometer, will be at the Dubai International Boat Show.
Crystal Caviar will present another six artists. In the Marine Art Gallery there will be crystal sculptures from Mr. Vlastimil Beránek, his pupil Jaroslav Prošek and other international artists including yacht designer Tim Heywood. There will also be works from Dr. Najat Makki, the first Emirati woman to earn a PhD. in Arts, and Mr. Mattar bin Lahej, founder of Marsam Mattar, the first art gallery in the United Arab Emirates to be managed by an artist.
“It is a great pleasure for us to cooperate with such artists as Mr. Beránek, Mr. Frydrych or Dr. Najat Makki. They are keeping the tradition of Bohemian crystal sculpture alive”, says Marek Landa, owner of Crystal Caviar company and ArtSiO gallery.
“Without them there would be nothing new in this field in Czech Republic. That’s why is so important to present their work to the best clients at big exhibitions. And I am also glad that we can present the ArtSiO gallery for the first time. We founded this gallery to help artists and now I am feeling, that we actually do, exhibiting at Dubai International Boat Show.”