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Specialising in bespoke commissions, Victoria creates unique ceramic bas relief plaques, panels, friezes and sculpture for both architectural and decorative installation.

Combining her classical influences with today's contemporary needs she works closely with her clients to produce timeless pieces that enhance their spaces.

With her pieces having sold at Bonhams in their 'Decorative Art from 1860' sale and her bespoke collections for Simon Orrell designs have ensured that her work is widely sought after and adorns private collections world wide.

“Victoria is one of the most talented and innovative new designers to be sold at auction in recent years.”

– Mark Oliver, Director of Design, Bonhams

What's New?

March 2019

26 March 2019

The Serenade

Recently I’ve discovered that there are a number of my fantastical pieces in the collection of the WMODA Weiner Museum of Decorative Arts in Florida. http://wmoda.com There is an exhibition on at the moment there until June 28th called Fantastique where there are a number on display. It has come as a complete surprise and needless to say I am thrilled to be alongside some of the ceramic greats the likes of William de Morgan and Daisy Makeig Jones! The pieces include this one called Serenade a finely carved bas relief.

I shall be exhibiting some recent pieces here in Norwich in April 24th –28th at the Forum in the Spring Art show pop along if you get the chance.

 

February 2019

11 February 2019

2019 commissions

This year has started with 3 commissions all now either drying, being carved or samples being created and the go ahead given! Images will follow in due course…

In between these I am finally starting on carving a new body of work more experimental and abstract whilst still maintaining the fine skills – and with the assistance of a magnifying glass! Designing patterns as a base then abstracting them the attached image is one such.

 

December Update

07 December 2018

Water Buffalo

While I am continuing to develop ideas and draw also had a bit of a tidy out of the workshop – do all artists hoard stuff or am I alone? On finding old pieces I was not entirely convinced of hence just heaping them in dark corners with  able assistance the hammer came out as you can see from the photo!!!

I still have some lovely pieces properly stored ready for new homes 3 of which are wending their way across the Atlantic.