I was impressed by the detail which so enhanced the visitor’s understanding and appreciation of the newly refurbished Pitzhanger Manor and the life of Sir John Soane.
This 4 metre frieze will soon be on it’s way to Cornwall. Really looking forward to seeing it on the wall. Carefully curated for balance and interest.
Mixing plain, brushwork and textured tesselating tiles, with a long warm white border.
This is an intriguing combination on red clay. Although I use mostly grogged white earthenware these days, I keep some red clay for this particular glaze.
My stand at Handmade at Kew. Etta McPhee, friend & ceramicist, and I painted it ‘Scree’ by The Little Greene Paint Company after useful advice by Mugdha Sapte from www.yeshen.uk
Grey, ochre, slate and mandarin. Texture and brushwork. And shape, of course.
Workshop display of Ali Tomlin pots with Piccolpasso Handmade Tiles.
Full sunlight photo
Really exciting new project.
The Daily Telegraph, 10th March 2018, 'Tiles and Tribulations: indulge in vivid patterns', article by Emily Brooks Above quotation from Irene Gunter of Gunter & Co Interiors.
Six handmade tiles