Loans and Sales of Artwork

Collections of works can be loaned for exhibitions.

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

Contact for a catalogue with prices. Please state the currency you would like. 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. Collections of works can also be loaned for exhibitions.


RWA, Bristol
Hope from Chaos: Pandemic ReflectionsArtScience Museum, Singapore
A State of Matter, Henry Moore Institute
Cancer Revolution, Science Innovation & Hope. Science Museum London
Futurium, Berlin
Musee du Quai Branly, Paris

De Pest, Museum Het Valkhof, Netherlands
Eden Project, UK
History of Science Museum, Oxford
Marvel Films – Eternals. Loan for their film

‘Infected’, Rijksmuseum Boerhaave, Netherlands
German Hygiene Museum, Germany
Micropia, ARTIS Royal Zoo, Amsterdam
Barry Art Museum, Norfolk Virginia
Clear as Crystal: Colorless Glass at the Chrysler Museum, USA

National Glass Centre, UK

Eden Project, UK
Oxford University Museum, UK
Torquay Museum, UK
Museum of London, UK

European Museum of Modern Glass, Germany
Boca Raton Museum of Art, USA
At-Bristol, UK

Glass Microbiology from lukejerram on Vimeo.

Findhorn Bay Festival, UK
Museum of Health and Medicine, University of Tokyo, Japan
Alexander Tutsek, Germany
Stamp Gallery, Maryland USA
Elena Shchukina Gallery, London, UK
Art16 Art Fair, London, UK

Shanghai Museum of Glass, China
Canterbury Cathedral, UK
Heller Gallery, USA
Murano Glass Museum, Italy
ArtScience Museum, Singapore

Museum Micropia, Amsterdam
Museum of Contemporary Art, A Coruña, Spain
Museo do Vidreo da Marinha Grande, Portugal
La Granja Glass Museum, Spain
Knoxville Museum of Art, USA
The Finnish Glass Museum, Finland
Wellcome Collection, London, UK

Caixa Museum, Madrid, Spain
MAD – Museum of Art and Design, NYC, USA
Des Moines Art Centre, USA
National Glass Centre, UK
Craft Trend Fair Seoul, Korea
Manchester Science Festival, UK
Pittsburg Glass Museum
Strathmore Museum, USA

MAD – Museum of Art and Design NYC, USA
Art Miami
Weizmann Institute, Tel Aviv
Beirut Exhibition Center. Beirut
Museum of Glass,
Grizedale Sculpture, UK
RWA Royal West of England Academy, UK
Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, Germany 
Bristol and Bath Science Park, UK
40th International Glass Invitational Awards Exhibition
, Michigan, USA
Heller Gallery NYC, USA
Oklahoma City Museum, USA
New York Historical Society Museum, USA
Cosmo Caixa Museum, Barcelona

UN, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
Venice Biennale, Glasstress, Italy
Vertigo IV Venice, Italy
Jerwood Visual Arts, London, UK
GV Art, London, UK
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, USA
Bar Lane Studios, York, UK

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

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Wellcome Collection, London, UK
Smithfield Gallery, London, UK, Solo exhibition.
Science Gallery, Ireland

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
Musée des Confluences, Lyon, France
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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