Crystal Painting quotes the pointillism as well as the neoimpressionism of the 19th century. Instead of strokes, colors are applied in dots. Every colored area is analyzed by its individual color. On a short distance the picture falls apart into single dots but taking a step back the individually set dots merge in the eyes of the beholder into rich color tones.
In Crystal Painting, the Swarovski crystal stones with their huge color palette, facets and large variety of shapes replace the dots. Every single crystal on every product is applied by hand. Consider a small art object being covered with more then 40,000 crystals: every figurine is an accomplishment and every new piece of art a challenge
|Portrait Daniel Swarovski