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Exhibitions
Exhibitions are an essential platform for Jeremy Broun to create speculative innovative furniture design and for the public to see it. Jeremy has been exhibiting at major shows pioneering the designer maker movement since the mid 1970’s.
1974     Designer in the Home  Holburne Museum, Bath   The Society of Designer Craftsmen. 1975     Wood   British Crafts Centre 1978     Sunday Telegraph British Craft Awards   Somerset House, London 1978     Flavour of the Seventies    Southampton Civic Centre   (with John Makepeace, Alan Peters, Richard La Trobe Bateman) 1978     Furniture Makers    Prestcote Gallery, Oxon
Seventies
Eighties
1980     Sotheby’s First Sale of Contemporary British Crafts   Sotheby’s, London 1980     New Faces  Crafts Council Gallery, London (with Toby Winteringham)  1980     Prestcote in London   Warwick Arts trust, Pimlico 1981     The Thinking Hand   Royal Society of Arts, Adam St. London 1982     The Maker’s Eye   Crafts Council Gallery 1984     Maker Designers Today    Camden Arts Centre (including Pearl Dot, John Coleman, Martin Grierson, David Field) 1984     Coffee Tables   London Coffee Information Centre (18 makers including John Makepeace, Johnny Hawkes, 1986     Grace Erickson & Jeremy Broun   Contemporay Textile Gallery, London W1 1986     Best of British   Charles Nesbit Gallery, Miami, Florida, USA (including Martin Grierson, David Linley) 1989     Visage    Glastonbury (including Fred Baier, Alan Peters, David Linley)
1991     After the Storm   Royal Botanic Kew Gardens (trees given to John Makepeace, Fred Baier, Rupert Williamson, Jeremy Broun) 1993     Decorative Arts Today   Bonhams, london 1994     The Furniture Group    Bath International Festival, Saracen St. (including Declan O’Donoghue, Alan Tilbury, Robert Ingham, Cato) 1994     British Studio Furniture   Cork Street Gallery, London (with 1997     Woodo   Ars Nova Museum, Turku, Finland 1997     New Found Lands  Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery (Celebrating 500 years since explorer John Cabot) 1997     Celebration of Craftsmanship and Design   Cheltenham
Nineties
2002     Live with it    Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracey 2002     Inspirations  Hill House, Helensburgh, Scotland  (Charles Rennie MacIntosh Centenary) inc David Savage, John Makepeace) 2003     Take a Seat  Bluecoat Gallery 2006     Designer Crafts   The Society of Designer Craftsmen at The Mall Galleries, London W1 2009     Made to Sit   London Design Festival (including Matthew Burt, Alun Hislop, Jolyon Yayes, Simon Austen) 2010     Celebration of Craftsmanship and Design     Cheltenham Thirlestaine Gallery 2011     Celebration of Craftsmanship and Design     Cheltenham Thirlestaine Gallery
21st Century
ADDRESS Bath, UK
CONTACT e: jb@woodomain.com t: 01225 332738
Copyright Jeremy Broun 1973-2015

sculpture and cabinetry

THE STARWARS COMPUTER DESK 1997 Made from Kevasinga veneer with ebonised maple lippings this laptop computer desk combines aircraft construction with cabinetry
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THE HIGH BACKED ROCKING CHAIR 1973 Made from solid  ash or cherry with sailing cord woven upholstery       this chai has found homes all around the world and is commissioned individually today.
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Jeremy Broun After a short woodwork teaching career culminating at Millfield School, Jeremy Broun set up his own workshop in Bath in 1973 creating his own unique style of furniture.  He has exbited at major British shows and in the USA and Finland  and he has won numerous  awards.
teach Jeremy Broun is a seasoned lecturer having taught at Bristol Polytechnic, Goldsmiths College, Rycotewood College, The furniture College in Ireland and at the SouthWest Finland Institute of Art, Craft & Design. He has taught intensive private courses and shares his vast knowledge in his published books, DVDs, e-books and on a flourishing YouTube channel
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