Contemporary art glass for modern architecture

Victoria Balva Glass Studio is a Toronto based creative art glass studio that specializes in custom site-specific glass design & fabrication through commission and collaboration to create contemporary art glass projects of sophisticated design and craftsmanship.

Ukrainian born glass artist Victoria Balva is one of the leaders in architectural glass art who expands the horizonts of contemporary stained glass and promotes its many applications in architecture. The glass is her primary artistic forum with creative output to large-scale architectural commissions. Her stained glass, mosaics, paintings, glass sculptures can be found in both architectural setting and private collections throughout the world. 

We feel privileged to own a work by Victoria Balva because she is the best stained glass artist. To be touched by a great work of art, a work of art by Victoria Balva, on a daily basis is a magical experience. There's something mystical about looking at this work and you never get tired of it. You can stare at it again, as you had a thousand times before, and get a new, mystical emotion from it,.. and to me, that’s the definition of incredible art.
Victoria Is an artist! She patiently communicated with us and made great suggestions on the design. It turned to be exactly what we wanted! It is simple, elegant and beautiful!!! The jewels added so much to the design. I could stare at the dome all day long just to admire it! Everybody how saw it loved it. If you have any dome needs I highly recommend Victoria Balva!!!
Minimalistic contemporary laminated glass panels suspended in a hallway of modern house. Coloured reflective glass on a stainless steel hardware
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Los Angeles

Featured Project

Large scale kiln-cast art glass mural in minimalistic abstract style for a chapel of a catholic school in Mississauga. Dramatic textured painting in light using thick cast glass. Challenging task was to minimize the impact of glass blocks pattern on an artwork. The work was funded by students and their parents through a school fundraising 

Materials: fusible art glass, steel cables, stainless steel hardware 
Techniques: Kiln-cast glass
Project location: Mississauga, Ontario