Kay has been designing wall reliefs for public realm and private commissions for over twenty years. With her background in public art, Kay’s method of working is to design a feature that relates to the site. For many of The Ceramic House features, she has re-used moulds and tiles to create new versions of existing works. The first commission shown below, Tudor Garden Relief, re-used some of the moulds Kay designed for a participatory commission for Hampton Court Palace. The third iteration of the Tudor tile design is the Tudor Kitchen at The Ceramic House. A catalogue of moulds is available to browse through to come up with a design to suit your space. Alternatively Kay can come up with a bespoke feature designed especially for you.