Born 1963, Netherlands.
Bettina Furnée studied History of Art at Leiden, and trained as an epigrapher with David Kindersley at Cambridge from 1982-89. She has completed many private commissions for memorials, headstones and engraved glass. Her first major commission came from the Arts Council of Great Britain for two inscription plaques for the entrance to new headquarters in Great Peter Street, Westminster, in 1990. In 1991 she carved the inscription around the fountains in the re-designed Victoria Square in Birmingham, 1991.
She lives and works in Cambridge.
|Pin Oak Plaque|
|Plaque for Let's Not Be Stupid|
|Plaque for Scarman House|