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Large Solway Tiles

About this project

A series of aerial views of the Solway area which are based on the land use and the surface changes caused by farming.
From the air, especially in drought times, the original landscape beneath or an older cultivated version become visible.

The tiles are made to hang on a wall, to lay flat or be propped up. Working in porcelain allows for a fine finish and tiles are tough though seemingly fragile. Copper is added to give surface details.

Pricing

£200 — £300

Keywords

winter, tangled, nets, windmills, fields, barren, hedges, dead standing crops, ariel view

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery, Metal work

Materials

Ceramics, Metal
Large Solway Winter Field Tile 1
Photographer: jan goodey
Based on Aerial Surveys of the Solway Estuary. Tile in porcelain, copper and iron wire. wall hanging or able to lie flat. 230mm x 230mm x 50mm
Large Solway Winter Field Tile 2
Photographer: jan goodey
Based on Aerial Surveys of the Solway Estuary. Tile in porcelain, copper and iron wire. wall hanging or able to lie flat. 230mm x 230mm x 50mm
Large Solway Winter Field Tile 3
Photographer: Jan Goodey
Based on Aerial Surveys of the Solway Estuary. Tile in porcelain, copper and iron wire. wall hanging or able to lie flat. 230mm x 230mm x 50mm
Large Solway Winter Field Tile 4
Photographer: jan goodey
Based on Aerial Surveys of the Solway Estuary. Tile in porcelain, copper and iron wire. wall hanging or able to lie flat. 230mm x 230mm x 50mm
Detail from Large Solway Winter Field tile 1
Photographer: jan goodey
Based on Aerial Surveys of the Solway Estuary. Tile in porcelain, copper and iron wire. wall hanging or able to lie flat. 230mm x 230mm x 50mm

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