Hilke MacIntyre Ceramic Reliefs

£50.00 - £95.00
  • Hilke MacIntyre Ceramic Reliefs
  • Hilke MacIntyre Ceramic Reliefs
  • Hilke MacIntyre Ceramic Reliefs
  • Hilke MacIntyre Ceramic Reliefs
  • Hilke MacIntyre Ceramic Reliefs

These beautifully crafted ceramic reliefs by printmaker and ceramicist Hilke MacIntyre are full of character and would make the perfect gift for a special couple, or anyone who just loves a good brew.

The three reliefs pictured are each sold separately and are individually signed and numbered as limited editions of 50.

The original design is carved in clay from which a moulding is made out of casting plaster. Slabs of soft clay are then pressed into the moulding to make an almost identical relief before being fired twice and glazed by hand.

Each relief is frost proof and suitable for outside display, and features a recessed hole in the back for hanging on a nail or a screw. It is recommended to secure them with a bit of blue tack as well.

Hilke MacIntyre was born and grew up in Germany near the Danish border. After working as an architect for few years she moved to Scotland and concentrated on her printmaking, painting and ceramic art. Hilke works in her signature simplified figurative style and enjoys using bold shapes, strong colours and patterns. The world around her, especially nature, animals and people provide plenty of inspiration for her work.

Image 1 + 2 - 'Picking Apples' edition 43/50
Height 250mm, Width 122mm, Thickness 19mm - £95.00

Image 4 - 'Woman with Hot Tea' edition 12/50
Height 75mm, Width 100mm, Thickness 16mm - £50.00

Image 5 - 'Man with Coffee' edition 10/50
Height 98mm, Width 80mm, Thickness 20mm - £50.00

These items are just a small selection of Hilke's work available for sale in the gallery - do get in touch if you'd like more info or images of the other pieces available - simply email craftcentre-leeds@btconnect.com

Postage will be via Royal Mail Signed For 1st Class and should arrive with 1-3 days of dispatch. For alternative postage options please contact the gallery.