Anonymous on Aug 22, 20105 out of 5 stars
Got this for my boyfriend- Love it!!
Anonymous on May 26, 20095 out of 5 stars
Beautiful sculpture. Very happy with it.
Anonymous on Feb 20, 20095 out of 5 stars
Will look truely awesome on my kitchen wall (when I persuade the landlord to let my whack a few nails in his wall). Awesome! I need more!!
Anonymous on Jan 2, 20095 out of 5 stars
My aunt - who received it - loved it (she loves coffee) and was very impressed. She was also surprised by the lovely hand-drawn wrapping paper. Yay! Thank you! Great work and great packaging.
Sean Hennessey is a mixed media artist primarily working in glass. His interest in art has grown from his interest in history, science, archaeology, and myth. Raised by his grandparents, part of the Greatest Generation, Sean was brought up with a love of old stories by his bibliophile grandmother and raised to work with his hands by his Sheet Metal Worker grandfather. He studied sculpture at Berea College and began his professional career by building and painting sets for the Barter Theatre. All the while, exhibiting art ranging from fiberglass pieces to paintings to concrete castings, Sean ultimately came to glass by finding the Washington Glass School in Washington, DC. He has been making and exhibiting glass for the past 18 years. His work is in the collections of Amazon Web Services, The City of the District of Columbia, Prince George's County, and The US Arts in Embassies Program. He has created public works for the Aquilino Cancer Center, The Martha Jefferson Hospital, The Howard Theatre, The Library of Congress, and the City of Baltimore. His work is represented by Habatat Gallery (MI), Gallery Arlo (LA), The Gallery of Modern Masters (PA), and Raven Gallery (CO).
Sean lives with his wife and son in Seattle, Washington.
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Sean Hennessey is an artist based in Seattle.
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