Wall Decor by Jennifer Khoshbin

Carmen NatschkeSpotlight: Decor & Furniture

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Black and White Wallpaper – Handmade Wilderness ProjectChrysanthemum – Handmade Wilderness Project   Pomegranate Wallpaper – Deer’s Head “Division”   “Dressed Pest” Available at Ruby’s Lounge – Jennifer’s etsy store. Design Resource:  Jennifer Khoshbin

Marie Gibbons: Tactile Memory Tile

JoAnn LocktovArtful Consideration, Tileista

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 Installation: “Natural Desire to Climb” Jack and the Beanstalk could do worse than to depend on the “Natural Desire to Climb” series of tile by Marie Gibbons to reach his lofty treasure. Inspired by the exhibit titled Ladders, for which the series was intended, the 5” square sgaffito tiles offer a toehold into the imaginative realm of Gibbons’ memory and … Read More

Susan Tunick: The Color of Clay

JoAnn LocktovArtful Consideration, Tileista

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Ceramic artist Susan Tunick has a penchant for scale and surface. All of her creations, site-specific sculptures, mosaic murals and individual bricks and tiles are testaments to architecture. The surfaces are intricately laced, lush in color and texture. Studying architectural ornamentation has given Tunick a heightened awareness of edges, shadows and context-both physical and historical.  Mt. Top Trio: Rouge (side … Read More

Bella Vista Tile: Material Alchemy

JoAnn LocktovArtful Consideration, Tileista

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  “Cascade Dream”. Lisa TeviaClark has immersed herself in the material language of her medium. For the past thirty years she has experimented with clay and the alchemy of heat, salt, ash, minerals, and glazes. With her husband James Clark, she established Bella Vista Tile in 2003, as both a limited production studio and a laboratory. Her careful study of … Read More

The Bearable Lightness of Being: Jasna Sokolovic

JoAnn LocktovArtful Consideration, Tileista

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“Two Birds in Cherry Tree” Jasna Sokolovic left her native Yugoslavia in 1994, venturing to Granville Island, Vancouver. Her architecture studies in Sarajevo, the war torn capitol, came to an end, but her education resumed in Canada, where she focused on ceramics. In clay she found it possible to meld her interests in architecture and sculptural forms. Inspired by such … Read More

Resplendent Decay: The Enigmatic Tile Sculpture of Jason H. Green

JoAnn LocktovArtful Consideration, Tileista

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  Ornament Now 2006, Installation of exhibit at Fosdick-Nelson Gallery. Distant memory, sensuous undulations, fragments of time… The visual poetry of Jason H. Green’s tile speaks in a language of patience and introspection. There are echoes of paradox in his art. Decorative surfaces suggest the vernacular of architectural ornament. They combine with the methodical application of glazes resulting in rivulets … Read More