CURRICULUM VITAE 

 

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SUMMARY
Initially studied Engineering and Agriculture.  National Diploma of Agriculture  from Harper Adams Agricultural College.   

1970  
Established own engraving studio, Ashburton, Devon. 
1976  
Major Bursary Award from Crafts Council.
1977  
Working in Glass Studio Franzensbad, Baden, Austria as Visiting Artist.       
1978-79  
Visiting Artist in Residence at Illinois State University, U.S.A. for 1 1/2 years.
1979-81  
Glass Artist in Residence in conjunction with Northern Arts and Sunderland Polytechnic.
1980-84  
Visiting Lecturer at The Royal College of Art.
1981-91  
Appointed Lecturer, later Senior Lecturer at West Surrey College of Art & Design. Established own studio near Farnham.
1991-92  
Visiting Associate Professor, Illinois State University, USA.
1992  
Appointed Head of Glass Workshop,  The Australia National University Institute of the Arts, Canberra School of Art, Australia.  Continuing to work in Australia.
1993-94  
Australia Council Visual Arts/Craft Board’s Professional Development Committee.
1994/95  
Established new studio near Canberra.
1995  
Started Glass Canberra Technical Data base on the internet.
1996/97  
Developed to include Australian Glass on the World Wide Web - Glass Australia: http://www.glassaustralia.anu.edu.au/
1997  
Australia Council " New Work" project grant.
1998  
Australia Council - Artist in Residence Taipei Studio, Taiwan.
2001  
Died 30. July, after prolonged illness

For more detailed information about exhibitions, awards, collections, commissions and professional experience click on the links below.

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GenericSProcter195.jpg Solo Exhibitions GenericSProcter195.jpg Selected Group Exhibitions
GenericSProcter195.jpg Professional Experience GenericSProcter195.jpg Grants and Awards
GenericSProcter195.jpg Bibliography 

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Sand Work, New Zealand