Peter Bremers was born in 1957 in Einighausen, Netherlands. He attended the University of Fine Arts (Sculpture Department) in Maastrich, Netherlands. His introduction to glass came by accident after he was well-established as a light-sculptor, when he wandered into a glassblowing workshop and was enthralled by the molten, luminous material. He then studied glass at the Jan van Eyck Akademi, Post Academic Institute for Art & Design, also in Maastricht. He attended workshops at The Oude Horn in Leerdam and became an assistant to Bernard Hessen. In 1989, he participated in a workshop with Lino Tagliapietra, in which Lino executed two of Peter’s designs that were subsequently purchased by the Municipal Museum of The City of The Hague. That same year, he went to work with Neil Wilkin in England, where he produced objects using the graal technique.