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Loans and Sales of Artwork

Collections of works can be loaned  for exhibitions.

Sculptures are also for sale to private collectors and public museums. See the PDF of Glass Microbiology Catalogue of remaining editions available. Artworks are signed, dated and limited editions of just 5.

Contact studio@lukejerram.com about purchasing artworks. Please state the currency you would like the illustrated price list in. Some artworks are available to view in the studio in Bristol, UK or alternatively you can book a Zoom or Skype appointment to view them.



De Pest, Museum Het Valkhof, Netherlands, 25 February – 30 May
Eden Project, UK.
History of Science Museum, Oxford.

‘Infected’, Rijksmuseum Boerhaave, Netherlands
German Hygiene Museum,  Germany, ongoing
Micropia, ARTIS Royal Zoo, Amsterdam.
Barry Art Museum, Norfolk Virginia
Clear as Crystal: Colorless Glass at the Chrysler Museum, USA, 26 December 2020 — 3 July 2021
Glass Microbiology featuring in Hollywood film TBA.

National Glass Centre, UK, NGC 21, 6 April – 15 September 2019

Eden Project, UK, Invisible Worlds, 25 May – 8 July
Oxford University Museum, UK, 19 October 2018 – 11 March 2019
Torquay Museum, UK, 18 Oct 2018 – 2 March 2019
Museum of London, UK, Disease X, 16 Nov 2018 – 3 March 2019

European Museum of Modern Glass, Germany, Lampwork 28 April – 12 November
Boca Raton Museum of Art, USA, Glasstress 31 January – 2 July
At-Bristol, UK, 3 February – 3 September
RWA, UK, Air 16 June – 3 September

Glass Microbiology from lukejerram on Vimeo.

Findhorn Bay Festival, UK, 17 September – 2 October
Museum of Health and Medicine, University of Tokyo, Japan, Virus World, 21st April – 31st Aug
Alexander Tutsek, Germany, 22nd Jan – 24th June
Stamp Gallery, Maryland USA, 28th Jan – 11th Mar
Elena Shchukina Gallery, London, 4th Nov 2015 – 31st Jan
Art16 Art Fair, London, 20th – 22nd May

Shanghai Museum of Glass, Keep it Glassy 2, 19th April – 31st March 2016
Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury Festival with Lilford Gallery, UK 13th-31st Oct
Heller Gallery, NYC July 10th July – 28th Aug
Murano Glass Museum, Italy, 23rd Mar – 30th June
ArtScience Museum, Singapore Da Vinci: Shaping the Future 15th Nov 2014 – May 2015

Museum Micropia, Artis, Amsterdam permanent installation opening 30th Sept.
Museum of Contemporary Art, A Coruña, Spain Y se hizo la luz… (And There Was Light…) 20th Nov 2014 – 3rd May 2015
Museo do Vidreo da Marinha Grande, Portugal, 13th Dec 2014 – 22 February 2015
La Granja Glass Museum, Spain, 29th July – 15th Nov
Knoxville Museum of Art, USA, 24th April – 27th July
The Finnish Glass Museum, 27th March – 9th June
Wellcome Collection, London. Permanent Display in the new Reading Room

Caixa Museum, Madrid, 4th April – 31st Dec
MAD – Museum of Art and Design, NYC Playing with Fire 20th Nov 2012 – 25th Aug 2013
Des Moines Art Centre, USA Transparencies 21st Feb – 26th May
National Glass Centre, UK, July – 11th Sept
Craft Trend Fair Seoul, Korea, 19th – 22nd Dec
Manchester Science Festival, UK Synthesis 25th Oct – 11th Nov
Pittsburg Glass Museum
, USA, 5th July – 17th Nov
Strathmore Museum, USA Pulse: Art and Medicine 16th Feb – 13th April
NCCD, UK, 2nd Feb – 13th April


MAD – Museum of Art and Design NYC, Glasstress, 14th Feb-20th June
Art Miami
, USA 5th-9th Dec
Weizmann Institute, Tel Aviv, Sept -Nov
Beirut Exhibition Center 16th July- 2nd Sept
Museum of Glass, Shanghai
– entered permanent collection
Grizedale Sculpture, UK 11th Feb- 29th April
RWA Royal West of England Academy Nov – 13thDec
Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, Germany 7th Feb-7th Nov 2012
Bristol and Bath Science Park, UK 26th Sept +
40th International Glass Invitational Awards Exhibition
, Michigan 26th-28th April
Heller Gallery NYC, 8th June – 30th June
Oklahoma City Museum, Fusion 14thJune – 9th Sept
New York Historical Society Museum. 18th May- 2nd Sept
Cosmo Caixa Museum, Barcelona until Feb 2013

UN, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
Venice Biennale, Glasstress, Italy
Vertigo IV Venice, Italy
Jerwood Visual Arts, London
GV Art, London
Frequency2011-Lincoln Festival of Digital Culture, UK
Biennale Kijkduin, Hague, Netherlands
American Museum of Glass, USA
Arkansas Art Centre, USA
Grant Bradley Gallery, Bristol, UK
MAVA, Alcorcón, Spain
Heller Gallery, NYC
Bar Lane Studios, York, UK, Sphere of Accuracies

Sunderland National Glass Centre, UK
Wellcome Collection, London
Heller Gallery, NYC. Solo exhibition.
Courtauld Institute, London

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Medicine and Art
Wellcome Collection, London
Smithfield Gallery, London. Solo exhibition.
Science Gallery, Ireland, Past, Present and Future



Leverhulme Artist in Residence at University of Bristol 2017.
Senior Visiting Research Fellow at University of West of England 2012-2015
Arts Council of England funded residency at the Glass Hub,UK 2014
Fellowship at Museum of Glass, Washington. 2011
25th Rakow Award from The Corning Museum of Glass 2010
EPSRC, PPE Grant with ISVR, University of Southampton 2009
Nominated for Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Visual Artist 2009 & 2005
Nominated for Artes Mundi 4 Prize 2009
Institute of Medical Image Award for HIV sculpture 2007
AHRC Arts and Science Fellowship at UWE 2005-2006
Drawing Inspiration Award received for educational workshops 2006
Arts and Business Award, Strike a Match 2006
NESTA (National Endowment for Science Technology and Arts) Fellowship 2002-2005
Da2 Digital Arts Development Agency Clarkes Digital Bursary 1999


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
European Museum of Modern Glass
Natural History Museum, Kuwait
Corning Museum, New York
Museum of Glass, Washington
Barry Art Museum, Norfolk, USA
Knoxville Museum of Art, USA
Shanghai Museum of Glass, China
The Collection – Lincoln Museum, UK
Museum of Health & Medicine, University of Tokyo
Cosmo Caixa, Barcelona
Arkansas Arts Center, USA
Deutshes Hygiene-Museum, Germany
Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, UK
MUSE, Trento, Italy
Technical University of Denmark
University of Melbourne, Australia
Bristol and Bath Science Park, UK
Chrysler Museum, USA
Chazen Museum, Wisconsin, USA
Alexander Tutsek Foundation, Germany
The Wellcome Collection, London, UK
Bristol City Museum, UK

Jerram’s glassworks are just a fraction of the artwork he produces. Visit his main website to find out more about other artworks and projects and his full CV.

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