Woodland Fawn | Peter Lambshead


Soft white spots, spindly legs, and a curious face, this delicate woodland fawn figurine was made on a flame using hot borosilicate glass by artist Peter Lambshead. The fragile nature of these shy and timid creatures has been captured by the artist using this seemingly delicate yet durable material.

The fawn measures 3.5″ long x 3.5″ tall.

This item is found at the Center for Maine Craft in West Gardiner.

2 in stock

Peter Lambshead
Somerville, Maine

Glass Artist Peter Lambshead has been working in the field of flame-work glassblowing for over 30 years. He completed his four year apprenticeship in scientific glassblowing, after which time he undertook the journey into the world of Glass Art. ‘Flame-work glassblowing’ is a technique that involves heating up the glass by open flame, using Borosilicate Rod and Tubing. A combined technique of both sculpting and blowing are utilized. Flame-work glassblowing entails learning to control the medium as it heats and cools, and it takes decades to master. 

Shipping Measurements

Weight .1875 lbs
Dimensions 4.5 × 4.5 × 4.5 in