ZENITH… point of the celestial hemisphere above the horizon…climactic point or moment of apogee of a person or thing…Perfection, culmination, splendor, fullness and magnificence.
The Zenit Prize is made of glass and molten glass mosaics. In a three-dimensional way, it forms a globe that presents a body of colors emulating the rainbow in an iridescent glass base.
With this range of colors and litmus melted in transpartent glass and mounted in Imbuia wood, Puerto Rican artist Vilma Jové designed the Zenit Awards for the PRCC.
Jové, who stands out for his designs in wood and glass, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Puerto Rico and a design degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.