Peter Bramhall is active/lives in Vermont. Peter Bramhall is known for glass-mod design, sculptor.
Biography Peter Bramhall
Born in Bridgewater, Vermont, he became a versatile artist working as a sculptor in steel, creating sumi ink drawings and blowing modernist glass forms. He also writes poetry.
He first began working in glass at the University of Wisconsin in 1964, and in 1967 and 1968, he attended the Penland School of Crafts for sessions in glass blowing.
He has also taught glass blowing, drawing, and sculpture at Earlham College's Vermont Studies Program, and in 1974, he helped found Craft Professionals of Vermont.
Of Bramhall's work, John Caldwell writing a review for the "New York Times" on December 14, 1980 of a show at the Creative Arts Workshop: "Perhaps the most exciting object was a resolutely nonfunctional piece of glass by
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