Peter Bauhuis

Germany, b. 1965

The distinctive form of Peter Bauhuis’ jewellery and vessels are born from an innovative use of metal casting techniques. Creating pieces from copper, silver and gold, Peter’s work has a colour and surface texture unique to this casting process. Since studying at Staatliche Zeichenakademie Hanau, School for Jewellery Design in the 1980s, he has exhibited widely and delivered workshops and lectures internationally. He completed his Diplom at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts in 1999 and opened his own studio the same year. In 2013 he won the 17th Silver Triennial in Hanau and became artist in residence at Artkommunalka Kolomna, Russia.

His work is held in numerous public collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Die Neue Sammlung, Munich and Fonds national d’art contemporain, Paris.

Armillaria vessel, 2014, sterling silver, fine silver

More work by Peter Bauhuis

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Orifice brooches by Peter Bauhuis Orifice brooches, 2014, zinc, silver
Armillaria vessel by Peter Bauhuis Armillaria vessel, 2014, sterling silver, fine silver
Klein bottle  by Peter Bauhuis Klein bottle , 2014, 18k gold
Armillaria vessel by Peter Bauhuis Armillaria vessel, 2017, sterling silver, fine silver
Chains by Peter Bauhuis Chains, 2002 - , gold, silver
Rings by Peter Bauhuis Rings, 2004 - , silver, gold, copper
Collector's piece by Peter Bauhuis Collector's piece, 2002, 925 silver, 980 silver
Vessel by Peter Bauhuis Vessel, 2002, copper, silver, double cast
Vessel by Peter Bauhuis Vessel, 2001, 999 silver, 925 silver, double cast
Neophysalia brooch by Peter Bauhuis Neophysalia brooch, 2009, sterling silver
Avances by Peter Bauhuis Avances, 2008, 22k gold, blackened silver
Brooch by Peter Bauhuis Brooch, 2012, blackened silver
Dust pin by Peter Bauhuis Dust pin, 2005, bronze, gold, silver, copper
Necklace by Peter Bauhuis Necklace, 2013, blackened silver


Armillaria (Melbourne Hallimasch)

February 3 - March 7, 2015

Peter Bauhuis’s first Australian show in 10 years explores his innovative and idiosyncratic casting techniques applied to vessels and jewellery.