Israel @ 70

About K4 Glassart

pin-it button

Two generations of the Kelemen Family ---- devoted to the magic world of glass. Together, in 1983, they opened KELEMEN KUATRO GLASSART in Venezuela. Josefina and Frank continued to perfect their art work while Alicia and Beatriz moved to Boston, where they remained until 2005. Today, the twin sisters continue their work in Asheville, NC under the name K4 GLASSART.

Alicia and Beatriz develop their work by using different designs, techniques, and materials that showcase the desired optic effects, forms and textures, in a wide array of sculptures and colors.

For coloring, laminated crystal glass is used in conjunction with compatible enamels and oxidizing substances. This technique creates Enamel-Type Sculptures.

The work of K4 GLASSART is represented worldwide in fine art and museum exhibitions. You can find their glass in public and private collections. The White House, Denmark Glass Museum permanent collection, the Juan Pablo II Cathedral in Venezuela, the King of Spain, the King of Jordan, and Arnold Shwarzenegger all own K4 GLASSART (Kelemen Kuatro Glassart) pieces.

Selected Exhibitions

* Bolivar Hall - London, United Kingdom
* Skirball Museum - California, USA
* Glass-Light-Water - Glassmuseum Permanent Collection - Ebeltoff, Denmark
* II Exhibition of Plastic Artist - Paris, France
* Musse Suisse Du Vitral - Romont, Suisse
* The International Exhibition of Glass - Kanazawa, Japan
* XXIII National Exhibition of Fine Art - Valencia, Venezuela

Selected Collections

* White House Collection - Washington DC, USA
* Glassmuseum Permanent Collection - Ebeltoff, Denmark
* Juan Pablo II Church - Caracas, Venezuela
* King Hussein of Jordan
* Arnold Shwarzenegger
* Venezuela Embassy - London, United Kingdom


* Toni Hall Award - Washington DC, USA
* National Award of Fine Arts - Valencia, Venezuela
* Niche Award Winner - 1999
* Niche Award Finalist - 2001