Stanislaw Borowski (born in 1944 in Moutiers, France) laid the foundation for today’s Borowski Glass Manufacture for hand blown and hand crafted glass. Initially he created his own special ideas in a garage. Using almost forgotten techniques for engraving on cameo glass, self-made tools and new art concepts, Stanislaw Borowski knew just what he wanted, and his extraordinary engravings and sculptures soon received international acclaim. This led to exhibitions in Germany – Kassel, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, – as well as in the USA, the Netherlands and Japan.
In 1990, together with his two eldest sons, Pawel and Wiktor, he founded the Glasstudio Borowski, and since 1993 these two sons have taken over the management.
Pawel Borowski runs the artists’ studio and the glass manufacture, while Wiktor Borowski is in charge of the management of the Glasstudio Borowski.
For today’s glass manufacture for hand blown and hand crafted glass almost all known techniques for hot and cold glass processing can be used. This is unique in the world and enables the artists to realise challenging visions and constant new, experimental ideas.
Today many of the masterpieces created by Stanislaw, Pawel and the youngest of the three brothers, Stani Jan Borowski, can be seen in renowned galleries, collections and museums – for example the Corning Museum of Glass in New York, certainly the most important Glass Museum in the world. The colourful and vivid Borowski collections can be found worldwide in select, exclusive shops and in the Borowski galleries themselves.