Rose de Borman’s decorative sponge plate is made from stoneware, featuring a colourful burst of hand painted trails in red, orange and grey. Unique piece.Read More
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Rose de Borman’s spontaneous ceramics are heavily inspired by folklore and early sculptural practices of the British Isles. Intentionally made without modern tools, her ceramics are pinched, sliced or kneaded – imbuing the energy of these processes into each finished piece. Rose’s ceramics are unique, no two pieces are the same.
About Rose de Borman
Rose de Borman is a textile artist based in East London. Painting and printing textiles by hand, she creates a range of one-off pieces using a mixture of traditional and modern craft techniques. Rose’s colourful patterns are inspired by the mythology of flora and fauna, drawing inspiration from global folk-art as well as traditional textiles. Alongside her line of textiles, Rose also creates ceramic figurines. She also takes on commissions and has worked with clients in fashion and interiors from Louis Vuitton to The Museum of British Folklore.
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