Tim Heywood to Sign His First Superyacht Sculpture

YachtingJournal.com
Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Yachting Pages are extremely proud to announce that they will be displaying a sculpture designed by multi award-winning yacht designer Tim Heywood in conjunction with a globally renowned glass artist and Crystal Caviar interior designers on their stand at the Monaco Yacht Show this year.

This is the first sculpture that Tim had designed, and the luxury superyacht influences can be seen throughout the sleek, elegant lines and color choices evident in the lead crystal.

The artist that worked with Tim Heywood is Jan Frydrych. His work is displayed in galleries and private collections around the world, including the Victoria and Albert museum in London and the home of Madeleine Albright, former American secretary of state.

The sculpture, which took seven months to complete was produced using a rare 48% lead bohemian crystal and titanium to create a mirrored effect, and is expected to reach an excellent price at auction because it is the first design by this enigmatic team.

Crystal Caviar work with a number of well-known artists and have recently agreed to an exclusive working collaboration with the world famous Mr. Beranek. His pieces are unique, organic and full of life and can take up to a year to produce. Just two sculptures are left from his first collection with Crystal Caviar and they are available to view in their showroom.

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