Chuck Simpson (1944-2001) Australia

Biographical Information

Glass artist Chuck Simpson was born in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, in 1944. He got a Bachelor's degree in Education in Pennsylvania, and then moved to Australia and taught secondary school for fifteen years, mostly in Victoria.

In 1985 he began working in the hot glass studio of Colin Heaney at Byron Bay in north eastern New South Wales, before moving to New Zealand and leasing Tony Kuepfer's studio at Inglewood.

He later moved back to Australia, where he set up the Vesta Hot Glass studio he set up at Eumundi in Queensland with his wife

He died in 2001 Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

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Glass, 40 x 15 cm
Investment Art, Dunbar Sloane, Auckland.
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