Stuart Abelman - Stuart Abelman Art Glass Studio - Highly Detailed Art Glass Clown Figurine - How Lucky Can You Get?

Stuart Abelman - Stuart Abelman Art Glass Studio - Highly Detailed Art Glass Clown Figurine - How Lucky Can You Get?
U.S. - 2011 - Glass

High Quality and Highly Detailed Art Glass Limited Edition Glass Clown from the hands of Stuart Abelman a US glass master.

This cheery fella' is entitled "How Lucky Can You Get?" made in 2011 and numbered 22 of 50.

Surrounded by Lady Birds this chap feels extremely lucky as he sits, dressed in his highly colorful outfit, and ponders his new found friends.

The market sees many clown figurines, mass produced reputably in Murano and of poor quality - this is of art collectibility quality, from a renowned artist and handmade in his US art glass studio.

Stuart Abelman is a noted glass artist and is well renowned in the world of art glass. Stuart fell in love with glassblowing during his senior year in college. After devoting several years to learning the craft of glassblowing he took a job running the glassblowing department at El Camino College in California. In 1977 he resigned his position at the college and founded Abelman Art Glass. It was here at his glass studio that Stuart began creating his distinctive art glass creations.

His body of work includes many different types of art glass items including numerous iridescent glass pieces, paperweights, vases, bowls, perfume bottles and ornaments. In addition his studio also produces a number of figurative sculptures which includes art glass representations of dragons, frogs, whales, clowns, swans, fish, turtles and bears to name just some examples. Abelman Art Glass can be found in numerous prestigious museums, galleries and private collections around the world. Abelman Art Glass truly creates some very unique and beautiful art glass creations!

Lot details
Highly Detailed Art Glass Clown Figurine
Designer/ Artist
Stuart Abelman
Manufacturer/ Brand
Stuart Abelman Art Glass Studio
Model/ Name
How Lucky Can You Get?
Estimated Period
Country of Origin
As new - unused
25×22×21 cm
3100 g
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