Red Glass Bowl ‘Antique Rose Peach Oval’ by Stewart Hearn
This deliciously fruity red glass bowl will be lovingly crafted and personally signed for you by Stewart Hearn – one of the UK’s leading glass artists.
Two colours, delicately blended together to create the perfect addition to your home. Superb as a centrepiece or dazzling and delighting from a sunny spot by the window.
Each richly coloured red glass bowl is hand blown using time honoured and traditional glass blowing techniques.
The lead time on these decadent pieces of art glass is around one month.
11cm / 4.5″ – H
23cm / 9″ – W
17cm / 6.5″ – D
850g – W
13cm / 5″ – H
28cm / 11″ – W
21cm / 8.5″ – D
1.1kg – W
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Red Glass Bowl Artist
Stewart Hearn is a Cambridgeshire Glass artist who is originally from South Shields in Tyne and Wear. Born in 1963, he now works in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire and is one of the most highly regarded glass artists in the UK. He studied ceramics and 3D glass at Sunderland Polytechnic, his career as a Freelancing Glass artist starting in 1992. Stewart has worked alongside many well-known artists such as Annika Sandstrom, and his career continues to go from strength to strength.
His first exhibition in 1985 was in Keswick in the North West of England. Later collections and exhibitions have been held in many major towns and cities across the UK to great acclaim. Stewart also works on commissions from many notables, including Blackberry and the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Stewart Hearn has won many awards during his career as a glassmaker, which has already spanned more than two decades.
Stewart has many permanent collections in London and other areas of Britain, including Gloucestershire, his excellence as a glass artist making a name for him wherever he goes. Working passionately with every piece he creates, Stewart has an enthusiasm for glass, that combined with his philosophical views, allow him to produce simply stunning glass pieces of the very highest quality.
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