Jean Pierre Weill
When art has been around for thousands of years, it’s not easy to come up with something truly original. In 1992, Jean-Pierre Weill hit on an innovative idea: painting in three dimensions by arranging different parts of a single image on multiple levels of glass. Jean-Pierre Weill discovered that he could use this technique, which he called “vitreography”™ on a variety of motifs.
The more positive feedback he received, the more he expanded his repertoire, from portraits and still-lifes to landscapes, fantasy, and Judaica. For over 20 years we’ve received heartwarming feedback from art lovers around the globe—and every bit contributes to our energy and the creative process.