Art Deco Webstore is proud of its new category Light sculptures.
Under the brand name Coloured by Art©, new products have been launched that will appeal to a wide audience. Sculptures combined with light. The sculptures are stylised, a little classic, but especially in combination with the Tiffany technique very innovative. Tip: Give the sweetheart a wonderful gift in the form of a light sculpture!
For example, the Golden Art Deco Lady is a beauty! The lady is highlighted by a Tiffany light flower. This sculpture is beautiful to see during the day, but also in the evening. Choose whether the flower can shine up or down.
We love animals!
Cats are generally everyone's favourite: A cat is quirky, an aristocratic animal, agile, unpredictable, yet cuddly. A fun pet!
The snoozing stylised cat by Coloured by Art© is a beauty, the Tiffany glass geometric fan shape around the animal creates a kind of halo and puts the sculpture in the light, literally and figuratively as it were!
A deer is always endearing. Brown eyes with an innocent look. Who doesn't love that. A deer or doe is also shy, you signal the animal, but immediately the animal runs like a phantom back into the dense forest. The forest is associated with warm colours. Brown, orange, yellow and shades of blue. The beautiful little deer by Coloured by Art© shines through the oval Tiffany panel in the evening sun.
A squirrel is a lightning-fast animal. Cute to look at, especially the tail is imposing. Gnawing is the creature at rest. The Art Deco squirrel from Coloured by Art© remains calm on a colourful canopy of Tiffany glass, which may have tasty nuts among them.
The Alocasia Leaf by Coloured by Art© is a unique lamp! The model is crafted after the shapes of Art Nouveau. Art Nouveau is an art movement that was popular in various places in Europe between 1890 and 1914. This art movement was slightly different in each country. The cultural background determines the mode of expression. This sculpture is organic and exuberant and based the French art movement. Around 1900, École de Nancy was founded in France, where famous artists such as Louis Majorelle and Émile Gallé united to bring the floral forms of Art Nouveau to the highest level.