PUBLIC ART ARCHIVE –

GLASS PROJECTS

 

A series of public art schemes employing the medium of printed architectural glass panels.

 

Architectural glass commission for The John Peel Centre for
Creative Arts

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London Print Studio  30M glass facade project

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Pearman uses a variety of techniques and materials for public art projects, such as vitreous enamel, cast concrete and industrial plastics, for a variety of  locations such as schools, public parks, hospitals and arts centres.

 

Winter garden primary school capital build industrial plastic project

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The majority of schemes that Tom Pearman delivers involve a community out-reach strategy drawing upon extensive experience working with a rich variety of user groups.

 

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ARTWORK NEWS

 

Artworks that have been undertaken to explore themes which are then incorporated in current and future various public art schemes.

 

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Rough Diamonds

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PUBLIC ART NEWS

 

Tom is currently developing a series of public art projects and has recently completed a number of schemes, for a variety of clients such as local authorities, NHS Trusts and  art agencies.

 

An exciting new project for Sefton Council Bootle Cemetery and grounds celebrating the 100th anniversary of the site. Ongoing.

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Glass commission for Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

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Artist-in-residence / architectural window design for Marshgate Primary School in collaboration with Orleans Park Gallery.

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IDEAS : PEOPLE : PLACES  An arts strategy to embed the arts in a genuine way, in a  number of innovative regeneration projects, funded by the Arts Council of Wales, including a project employing Minecraft and 3D printing.

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Site last updated 22nd Otober 2014