Hello and welcome to “Isa’s Igloo”!
Firstly, I must give credit to my rather vivid imagination and a somewhat quirky view of life as being the inspiration behind the artwork that is “Isa’s Igloo”.
I have been making pottery for nearly 25 years, and painting for about 10 years.
I favour a textured clay, uncomplicated design and decoration, and bold colours. Mostly my work is sculptural and will sit happily either on a bookshelf or in the garden. Everything has a quirk, and will undoubtedly inspire comment!
In no way am I striving to create perfect or realistic pieces … my animals tend to display human characteristics, everything is a little voluptuous, pouty, cheeky and exaggerated – if you look closely you may even see a little bit of you or someone you know looking back at you!
Having recently joined the Guildford Village Potters, I'm finding that my ever experimental style is working overtime! Until recently I have concentrated on earthenware work of a sculptural nature but am now incorporating a some functional stoneware pieces into my range - of course the experimenting continues, as does the fun!
I take a similar approach with my paintings – the images are not picture perfect, but are stylised, bold in colour and attention grabbing.
Whether you’re searching for a special gift or something to brighten up your home, “Isa’s Igloo” offers a range of individual and different artworks guaranteed to bring a smile on your face! And remember, everything is handmade so can be made to order and personalised.
Perth Makers Market - Applecross - February23rd February 2020 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct, Applecross
May 19th 2019: Applecross19th May 2019 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
May 201820th May 2018 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct Applecross
April 20188th April 2018 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct Applecross
December 2017 Market17th December 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
September 2017 Market24th September 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
April 2017 Market2nd April 2017 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct
December 2016 Market4th December 2016 at Heathcote Cultural Precinct