Angela makes and glazes her ceramic feature tiles entirely by hand. Starting with wet clay, she uses a mixture of traditional methods and her own special techniques to create unique tiles which have a totally different quality to ordinary factory-made ones.
Angela has been making her tiles since 1992. In 1998, she relocated from London's trendy Hoxton Square to a larger studio in Angela's home town, Brighton, on the south coast of England. Angela now works from a purpose-built studio in the vegetable garden.
She has exhibited at Chelsea Craft Fair, Hatfield House and Hidden Art of Hackney and have been featured on Channel 4's Collectors' Lot. She has also created designs for Fired Earth. See Press Cuttings.
You can find Angela's tiles in a number of books including:
The Tile, Kenneth Clark MBE
1000 Tiles: Ten Centuries of Decorative Ceramics, Gordon Lang
20th Century Decorative British Tiles: Craft and Studio Tile Makers, Chris Blanchett
Handcrafted Ceramic Tiles, Mike Jones, Janis Fanning.
Angela also produces mirrors, panels and furniture using one-off tile designs to individual commission. Contact us to discuss your requirements. Interior design projects include the King's Brasserie at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, London.
Angela has taught tile-making courses, including at West Dean College, and does ceramic projects in schools.