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Bunn, Beverley

Auraura - drop vessel
Mini abstract landscapes
Spring Sunrise and Autumn Sunset
Mantle - cast glass
Jewellery cabochons from flow slab
Jewellery cabochons with wafers
Section of blue wall panel
Blue ripples - drop vessel
Mrs. Beverley Bunn

I am a self-taught glass artist, working from my studio in Chatham, Kent. I started my glass journey in 2008 making dichroic jewellery - 4 kilns later and I've learned a lot since then! My main interests are in form and process and how manipulation of glass creates shape, texture and colour to work with. My engineering background lends itself to the constant pursuit of exploring the boundaries of glass work and combining processes to create new works.

Details about work or recent projects

I create kiln-formed wall art, functional pieces and sculpture, to commission and for galleries. I regularly develop collections for both solo and joint shows locally, and take part in South East Open Studios. I teach small groups in my studio and I am currently developing a range of panels for more commercial settings.

Kiln work
Artist, Educator
Decorative, Jewellery, Sculptural
Areas of Interest:
Education, Exhibition, Techniques