Stewart Hearn

Stewart Hearn is a highly respected London based glassmaker and designer. He has established a professional practice of over twenty years, developed during his experience of working with some of Britain’s best master glassmakers.

His practice has always been defined by skill, the understanding of a challenging material, the domination and control of its fluid language into strong shapes and largely symmetrical forms. Recently however he has experimented with the thickness and weight of glass. His latest commission, for the Edinburgh International Film Festival involved blown elements but the piece was in fact solid glass.

In 2002, he co-founded and is now sole owner of London Glassworks.
Using his accumulation of specialist knowledge, creative passion and his philosophy that celebrates the value of traditional glassmaking skills in quality products; the company has been successfully operating as a highly skilled glassmaking service to a variety of clients.

Alongside the exclusive personal collections of his production and unique works, Stewart Hearn also offers individual commissioning and a bespoke corporate gift service.

Born  1963, Tyne & Wear, England

 Sunderland Polytechnic, B.A.(Hons) 3D Design in Glass & Ceramics

  First Prize – Origin, The London Craft Fair (Week 2), London.
“Evening Standard Newspaper – Domestic Design Award”

Selected Exhibitions
 ‘Urban Field’, Crafts Study Centre, Surrey
‘Urban Field’, The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Devon
‘Stewart Hearn, Solo Exhibition’, Naas Konsthantverk, Floda, Sweden
2006  ‘In the Window’, Solo Showcase Exhibition, Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool
‘British Glass Biennale 2006’, Stourbridge, West Midlands
‘Winter Exhibition’, Cowdy Gallery, Gloucestershire
‘Advent 2006’, Galerie Rosenhauer, Gottingen, Germany
2005 ‘Stewart Hearn, Kate Maestri, Marlene McKibben’,
Contemporary Applied Arts, London
‘Clear Vision’, Gallerytop, Derbyshire
‘Stewart Hearn and Phil Atrill’, Cecilia Colman Gallery, London
‘December Collection 2005’, The Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
200 ‘Glass – 10th Anniversary Exhibition’, Eton Applied Arts, Berkshire
‘Stewart Hearn and Paul Devlin - Showcase National Glass Centre,Tyne & Wear

Recent Commissions
 Commission with Paul Devlin for 11 Awards,
‘28th Arts & Business Awards’, London
Commission to produce glass award, ‘Autism Speaks’
2005  Commission to produce ‘Tea light holders’,
Greenhouse Restaurant, London
Commission for 8 Glass Bowls, ‘BlackBerry Women and Technology Awards 2005’, London

Public Collections
Nature in Art Museum, Gloucestershire    
Standard Life Investments (Art Collection), Edinburgh, Scotland
Anglo American (Art Collection), London
Crafts Council Collection, London
The Cowdy Collection, Gloucestershire  

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