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The Peter Kovascy Studio


Artist Peter Kovacsy and his unique studio are internationally recognised in the field of cast glass, decorative wood art, sculpture and design. If you have an interest in art and sculpture this is a studio you must try to visit while you are in Pemberton. Visit Peters studio on line at

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For assistance with your booking call 1300 885 775 (+61 8 9460 4900)


Hours: The Studio is generally open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, call 08 97761265 to confirm open times. The studio is Closed on Sunday.


Peter draws inspiration for his latest work from observations concerning the phenomena of light on Australian landscape and the forest surrounding his studio in Pemberton. Kovacsy makes large kiln cast glass and wood sculptures designed to respond to the movement of natural light.
Peter is represented in many collections including The West Australian Art Gallery and The Detroit Institute of Arts.


Lot 10 Jamieson Street, Pemberton WA 6260, Australia


To locate The Peter Kovacsy Studio follow the Studio's sign from Ellis Street along Jamieson Street in Pemberton.

To help support the artists studio practice there is a $5.00 entry fee per group to view the gallery. The fee is redeemable should you make a purchase.



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Inspiring artwork conversation and green tea
Thanks Peter for sharing your insights and your great work - very generous of you also to offer hand picked green tea from Japan
Really like your work - creative use of different materials , clever use of lighting to give a different perspective at every angle , art in the eyes of the creator and the beholder
All set in the background of your studio your work and also seeing you in the middle of it all with your beautiful garden and home in the background - in itself an experience of the work and the creation
Simply magical

An amazing must see experience!
I had the privilege of meeting Peter on a day when 3 of my students were unable to participate in our school's camp activities. Peter was so very welcoming and encouraged my students to not only look at his art works, but to touch and hold them. I thought they were made of resin, but the sculptures are made from lead crystal! He was not precious about his work at all and was very willing to talk to my students about the process of art and how art makes one feel. We were even able to look at the process of making his latest piece, "Burn for You."
Peter is kindhearted and generous with his time, spending time with the four us, not rushing us at all. All three my students left the studio with a renewed love for sculpture, one actually tearing up at the thought of how beautiful the Mini Temples are when the sun shine through them."