Bunny is one of our leading artists and we love to display his iconic work.
Sue Brooks, Gallery Curator
Creating narrative work that draws on powerful memories of real-life events
Brian ‘Bunny’ Dunstone was born in Prestwick, Scotland and in the early 1960s attended Northampton School of Art and Hammersmith College of Art. In the late 1960s he studied sculpture at The Royal College of Art and secured a Royal Society of British Artists Rome Scholarship. He taught at Temple University, Philadelphia and at Maidstone, Lanchester, St. Albans and Leicester Schools of Art. He was the Artist in Residence for businessman and philanthropist Calouste Gulbenkian and has exhibited his work in major galleries around the world.
Amazing three-dimensional paintings
We regularly display Brian’s installations which are all quite large and usually very complicated. He described his sculptures as ‘three-dimensional paintings where the movement of the viewer determines the many changes built into the individual work’. We couldn’t agree more.
Exhibition: Three Songs, Two Players and an Absent Observer
Style: Subtle and aggressive us of colour
Space: Upper Gallery
Date: December 2020