Towards The Light

Kay Aplin & Joseph Young have been selected for the special 40th anniversary exhibition curated by Artists Open Houses, Towards The Light. Their collaborative work Fire

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Peripheries

Peripheries is the 2022 exhibition at The Ceramic House curated by Kay Aplin and Joseph Young. The Ceramic House, 75 Stanmer Villas, Brighton BN1 7HN

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Wellingborough

Mosaic frieze on the wall of a public square. Birds represent the street names in the area, all named after birds. Participatory project involving extensive

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Ceramic Wallpaper: Peonies

Kay was guest artist at Guldagergaard Woodfiring Symposium in 2019. She used the opportunity to create Ceramic Wallpaper: Peonies for her Ceramic House curatorial project

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Silk Roads & Floral Routes

A Photo Essay Within the book Perfection of Understanding Part of Interbeing, The Ceramic House Published by Independent Publishing Network 2022 Silk Roads and Floral

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Regents Place

Consisting of two curving brick walls with ceramic relief applications, the walls are situated on the Chiltern Way, which has been routed around the edge of

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El Lanu Entranceway

The tiles for this commission are inspired by the Romanesque architecture in the local towns close to El Llanu, particularly the elaborate carvings found on

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Tudor Wall Relief

The clients wanted to reference their personal history relating to Hampton Court Palace; an ancestor had been the sedan-chair keeper and lamp-lighter at Hampton Court.

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Llanbradach Follies

The Llanbradach Follies consist of two towers inspired by local architecture and industrial heritage. Bases: stone-clad reinforced concrete with ceramic applications into niches. Tops: rendered

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Tilery Housing Estate

Part of a landscaping regeneration project for Tilery Housing Estate. Five ceramic relief panels incorporated into new gateways at the entrances into five courtyards. A

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Green Kitchen

This is a new version of the Bolt Court wall relief in the hallway at The Ceramic House using just one colour and using mainly

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Olnafirth, Shetland

Mosaic clad concrete sculptures in the form of giant toadstools inspired by Fair Isle knitwear. The brief was to create something that could be used

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Vine Gateway

The design idea for this gateway mimics the effect of the wisteria and vines growing along the wall top around the perimeter of the luscious

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Ampthill Heights

Sculptural seating in the form of giant flowers containing flower beds and a series of toadstool-shaped play structures across 0.5 miles of landscaping adjacent to

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Blackberry Hill Hospital

Ceramic features incorporated into three external courtyards in Fromeside Medium Secure Services, Blackberry Hill Hospital. A collaboration with a lighting designer resulted in computer controlled

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Gorseinon

Sculptures and wall reliefs for corridor regeneration between road and Penyrheol Secondary School, Gorseinon. Collaboration with White Consultants landscape architects informed the theme and colour

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