Stained glass art studio by Svetlana Mikhailova
Stained glass can be called the eighth wonder of the world. Because it is a child of light and color. Game colored shadows on the floor and walls of stained glass turns ordinary world into fabulous. The invention of glass is truly a gift of God to mankind. And what people make of it – a steady stream of miracles. Originally stained glass decorated temples and palaces. Luxury paintings of colored glass were available only to the powerful. Even today, stained glass does not apply to daily acquisitions of ordinary citizens. Svetlana Mikhailova Studio opens up a whole new, colorful and unique world of contemporary glass, filling the interior with the atmosphere of festivity and solemnity.
Svetlana Mikhailova was born in 1971 in Moscow. She graduated from the Moscow Art School (easel section) and Russian Institute of Cinematography named after Gerasimov (Art Faculty, Department of decoration of feature films, specialty – Costume Designer). Svetlana Mikhailova won the first place at the XII International Festival (costumes on G. Marquez’s novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude”). She became the prize-winner of the 27th Youth Exhibition of Moscow artists, November 2003. Svetlana Mikhailova is a member of the Moscow Union of Artists (section of theater and cinema).
She worked as a costume designer in the film: “Mad Tea Party”, “teen angst”, “Natasha” and “Koktebel” studio “Mosfilm”, for which became the silver medalist of the 25th Moscow International Film Festival in 2003.
Since 1999 she has worked as chief designer in stained glass design studio Svetlana Mikhailova. Participated in exhibitions: ARCH Moscow 2005, 2006, FidExpo 2006, 2007, “Mr. designer” 2007 and many others.
Svetlana Mikhailova art studio was built on her talent, amazing vision of the material, high professionalism. She skillfully uses the capabilities of stained glass. She stands out among all the existing stained glass artists. She performs glass windows of colored glass and metal in a variety of media: Tiffany, fusing (sintering), assembling on brass and lead, applying artistic sandblasted glass. In the manufacture of stained glass can be combined several techniques.