Working with clay allows Sue Mundy a secondary voice, a line of communication through form: “Nature is a major source of inspiration to me.I combine the gentleness of undulating landscapes, the turmoil of the sea and the soft sensuality of the human form into my work.Working with clay allows me a secondary voice, a line of communication through form”.
Alice Barnes is an award-winning jewellery designer and maker. She draws complex beauty from the simplest of forms to make elegant, contemporary jewellery with meticulous attention to detail. We interviewed Alice Barnes Jewellery to find out more about her work: 1. How and when did you want to be a maker and how did you start to realise that aim? I realised fairly early on that I had a passion for making 3D art, but it took me a while (and some very patient tutors) before I s
Lise's home is Colours of the land where she presents her ceramic works. Each piece is handmade, either thrown on a wheel or built by hand, or often a combination of the two, and no two items are ever exactly the same.
She uses Japanese techniques such as stretching and carving, often in combination with wheel throwing, to create natural forms reminiscent of elements in the wild. Tutton and Young Interviewed Lise ahead of her exhibit at MADE London - Canary Wharf this April
Pamela Print is a woven textile designer and hand-weaver who creates luxury sustainable textiles for the contemporary home. London born, with a studio situated in the creative of Brussels, she fuses multicultural influences. Her interior accessories are inspired by the local Art Deco movement and feature textural geometric patterns woven using British-sourced wool with a Slow Textile ethos at heart. Pamela will be exhibiting MADE London - Canary Wharf April 25th - 29th. We
Victoria Claire Dawes creates Decorative Tableware and display pieces for the home. “Using terracotta and slip, I make tableware inspired by memories of my home. Drawn from a romanticised nostalgia for people, places and traditions. Snippets of banister spindles, soft drapery, embroidery and loose pyjamas decorate pieces to be used and shared around today’s tables”. Read more about Victoria from our Interview: 1. How and when did you want to be a maker and how did you start
Sarah Gamble's work focuses on collage and assemblage using printed ephemera and objects which she sources, categorises and arranges. She is interested in the worn and torn, the imperfections and irregularities that are an integral part of these forms. Read more below from our latest interview with Sarah: 1. How and when did you want to be a maker and how did you start to realise that aim. “I was always making, or thinking about making, from childhood right through art co
Presenting Elizabeth Renton: Stylish Ceramics and Tableware for your home! "I throw simple forms on the wheel merging traditional and modern techniques each piece is hand formed, decorated using a range of Sgraffito , incised lines and grooves then glazed and fired in an electric kiln. This is a labour intensive process which concentrates awareness on the fine details hence every piece is unique"
Aline Johnson Glass Design will definitely capture your attention! Aline works mostly on site specific glass lighting commissions in collaboration with architects, interior- and lighting-designers. She also designs and produces exclusive kilnformed glass vessels and platters. The Tutton and Young Team Interviewed Aline to find out more about her craft: How and when did you want to be a maker and how did you start to realise that aim. "I aspired to be a maker from a very y
Perrymans is the meeting of minimal, thoughtful design, and the traditional techniques employed by Will's family for generations. "Our design philosophy holds that when a piece of furniture is well-made and functional, the beauty will follow. It's a no-nonsense kind of sentiment that we hold integral to our roots". How and when did you want to be a maker and how did you start to realise that aim? I come from a family of makers, so I can't think of a time when I wasn't making
Linescapes specialises in highly detailed CAD architectural portraits of iconic buildings, architectural landmarks and bespoke house portraits. Set up in 2014 by Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca, Linescapes offers a range of architecture-inspired prints, cards and gifts. Read our Interview with Amalia below: 1. How and when did you want to be a maker and how did you start to realise that aim? I was working as an architect in London full time until 4 years ago when I moved to B