Exotic Sgarffito wall art
Tiffany Scull ceramics
This piece was a commission and I was asked to create a design showing four Bee eaters cuddling on a branch. I chose to place them with a pink flowering Judas tree which is native to their habitat. The form was thrown and then decorated using carving, clay slips and sgraffito.
This piece was a commission and the brief was to create a piece showing four species of turtles which visit English shores. I chose to use a leather back, a logger head, a green, and a kemps ridley turtle. All the decoration has been applied by hand to a thrown disc and carved and coloured with clay slips and sgraffito.
Sgraffito wall art showing a group of Ruby Throated Hummingbirds & Cattleya Orchids
This piece has been created using the technique of sgraffito and clay slips and shows a White Lipped Viper amongst the branches of a native Wampee tree
This piece has been created using the technique of sgraffito and clay slips and shows the largest Chameleon the Parson's resting amongst the branches of a rare Strawberry snowball tree