Zdeněk Lhotský (*1956) was born in Prague. He studied at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, in the Glass Art Studio of Stanislav Libenský. He is the founding member of an art group “The Stubborn Ones” and the owner and art director of the studio for mould melted sculpture (originally owned by Stanislav Libenský). His work appeared in over 240 exhibitions all around the globe; twice at the Roman Thomas Gallery in New York or at the Brock Gallery in Germany. Lhotský’s work has also appeared in Denmark, Austria, Germany and even Dubai. A frequent exhibitor at art and design fairs, Lhotský was a part of a Dox by Qubus exhibition in the Prague Art center Dox. His works are represented in galleries and private collections in every corner of the world. Lhotský is also a recipient of the Bavarian State Award for Design and has won numerous prizes. He has completed commissions in glass for prominent companies, institutions and private clients around the world. He designed the Český Lev film awards and in 2015 Lhotský and his studio even provided the glass components for the sacristy of Gaudí’s Basillica Sagrada Familia. One of his most recent and prestigious projects is his work on the stunning sarcophagus of the Danish Queen Margaret II.