Tile decoration of mosques always looks like a carpet for me. Painted with biomorphic design tiles symbolise Paradise. Square tile pieces, usually small, when put toghether form a patterm that remind me of rugs, or kilims. Being fasinated with the decoration … Continue reading →
In Arabic cut-tile work is called Zillij. This work I made on the 2nd year of my Masters and it is a copy of a zillij panel in the Jame Mosque of Yazd (built in 1330-1365 AD). Zillij is basically … Continue reading →
I made this design after a trip to Baku (Azerbaijan). There are lots of 8-fold geometry decorations around the Old town. I ment this design to be masculine, with elements of steel, wood, emerald and mother of pearl.
Travelled to Sardinia last month. Such a wonderful ceramics they have! Colours are either bright blue and terracota or pale blue, pink and green on white background. Motifs – mostly sealife, folk birds and figures that can also be found … Continue reading →
I like carpets, because I like sitting and laying on the floor. It’s so natural, you cannot fall down from the floor)))) Carpet cultures are always very warm and welcoming, and carpet colours are bright and vivid like flowers in … Continue reading →