“The glass windows at Blackwell House utterly took my breathe away. To transform what is, fundamentally, painting with light into ceramic form has been a career journey that I have love more than anything else.” - Nicola Slaney
Blackwell The Arts and Crafts House, is a rare architectural gem, designed by noted architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott, and within each room, stained glass mullion windows are positioned either side of the fireplace with window seats built into the alcove where blue birds appear to be flying over the gardens themselves. Over two decades ago, Nicola’s triptych plaque utterly transformed the stained-glass effect - black lead work and panes of colour, tinged with the slightest ash-grey – into clay.
Nicola ushers back turquoise blue birds beak-to-beak, ruby tulips, and roundels created by leaves that mimic the famous iron work in the celebrated White Room. You can see this room in the buttermilk panels that shimmer like the late afternoon sun. Yet it the choreographed miniscule violet flowers, that showcase the very best of Moorcroft tubelining as well as a designer who continues to astound.
- Designer: Nicola Slaney
- Dimensions: H 30.00 x W 18.00 x D 18.00 cm
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Width18.00cm
- Product Height30.00cm
- Product Depth18.00cm
- Designer:Nicola Slaney
- Limited Edition Size:25
- Design Window (Style):Geometric & Stylised