Glass Bird Sculpture ‘Puffin’ by Maciej Habrat
Maciej Habrat’s glass bird sculpture, Puffin is a unique original decoration. Devoid of any elements of flashiness or aggressiveness the puffin displays all of its qualities. Known to be the clown of the sea this bright and cheerful puffin radiates such.
Below the Puffins eye you will find Maciej’s trademark a 24-carat gold, nugget.
Puffin, which symbolises loyalty, social bonds or parenthood. This pretty glass bird sculpture will be enjoyed for all that it represents.
NB the image shown is an example of ones in the series. Creating a work of art by hand means that every piece is unique therefore colour may vary slightly from the photo.
The artwork is unique and signed by the artist. A certificate of authenticity is attached to each piece of art.
Available in two heights:
Info for “MADE TO ORDER”
Choice of dominate colors: green, blue, turquoise, lime, yellow, red, orange, white, black, pink, violet, gray, multi
It is possible to mix 2 or 3 colors. The piece is available without or with more 24-carat gold (price on request).
Glass Bird Sculpture Artist
Maciej Habrat is a Polish-born artist, whose fascination with glass art began at a young age. His father was also an accomplished glassblower and he would spend many hours watching his father create glass masterpieces. He learned a huge amount from his father, who handed down his glassmaking secrets. Needless to say, glass quickly became Maciej’s passion.
After finishing school, Maciej went on to study at the prestigious ceramic and glass faculty at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poland. He continued his glassmaking education even during his college holidays when he would travel home to Krosno.
After graduation, he returned to Krosno to work with various famous glassworks. Finally, in 1977, he realised his dream to design artistic glass and opened his own company – Glass Studio Habrat. His work has since gone from strength to strength. He has created a variety of sculptures and decorative items using the fusing technique. Many galleries all around the world showcase his playful, absurd and abstract work.
His works are in several hundred public and private collections, across the globe including the UK.