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.
My knowledge of Kay as an exhibition organizer puts her in a very special league, where she simultaneously has both an overview and an eye for detail. I was impressed with her high professional level of planning and organizing the ”Fantastic Tales” so succesfully with 16 Danish artists and at the same time doing her own show at another venue. On top of that the ”Fantastic Tales” was in Kay’s own house and she had many of us staying and we felt very welcome.