Peter Revelman | Sculptor profile
Peter Revelman Structurally Sound Surface Tension Fan - Tasia Easy now Precarious

Peter Revelman

  • Works online: 6 Total prizes: No prizes won.
  • Preferred media: fused glass,
  • Sculpture styles:
    No sculpture styles defined.
  • Sculpture scales: large (200cm+),
  • Sculpture settings:
    No sculpture settings defined.
  • Works to Comission: No
  • Runs Classes: No
Peter Revelman short bio

I have spent the last 20 years as a mold maker for Artists and sculptors, always keen to produce my own work with multi coloured sculptures in resin, never to succeed. At 75 my mind wandered back to glass & I was introduced to glass fusing. My first practical introduction was disappointing, fortunately the second contact was much more encouraging.

Limitations imposed by kiln sizes make design, layout and dimensions important for this work. The glass, with it’s light and pure colours and variations created by various coloured overlays bring the dull black and white sketch plans to life. Seemingly  with a  mind of it’s own the molten glass will decide just exactly where it will run, bringing another challenge to a most rewarding process. Hence though two pieces may start with the same layout, after the kiln and glass have combined, no two pieces will ever be the same. .  

This year 2021, I entered the Maroondah Art Acquisition Awards & was fortunate enough to win ‘ joint first prize’. This was my first entry into a competition. Finalist in the 2021 ASV competition. 

One of 40 finalists in the 2021 Sculpture Tasmania "Shoe Box" Competition. 

Exhibitions History
Annual & Awards Exhibition Annual & Awards Exhibition
2021 Precarious
McClelland Gallery McClelland Gallery
Victoria Sculpture Prize Victoria Sculpture Prize
Prizes History
No prizes won.