Rowena’s ceramic houses are inspired by Hebridean croft houses. They are hand carved from blocks of black clay, painted with slips and underglazes, then earthenware fired. Each house is a unique artwork, no two pieces are the same.
Rowena Brown is an artist making sculptural ceramics. Much of her work is concerned with architectural spaces. As well as being widely exhibited, her work has been featured in many publications including Ceramic Review, The Guardian, The Telegraph. In 2015 she won the award for the best newcomer to the show at Ceramic Art London. Formerly based in London for 20 years, Rowena now works from her studio on the Isle of Iona.
Roof height: 3.2cm