Seven Multiglazed Tiles

Curlew

Curlew

Three Hares

Three Hares

Blue Heron

Blue Heron

Mammoth

Mammoth

Owls

Owls

Polarbear & Seal

Polarbear & Seal

Three Wolves

Three Wolves

Six-inch square art tiles, multiglazed, $75 each, Cook Inlet glacial clay

The new scanner is up and running. Thought I’d try posting a few images at one time and in a larger image size since internet access is getting faster. All these tiles were run through the etching press on July 23 and fired on July 31. All were tiles that were sold out at my vendors booth at the weekend market in Anchorage. And since making these tiles, other designs have sold out. It is near impossible to keep up during the height of the season!

I was at the Alaska Native Heritage Center yesterday and a large bull moose got into the grounds even though the area is fenced off. It stayed in the shallow lake in the center of the culture walk and put on quite a show for hundreds of visitors that lined the shores taking pictures.

About Ed Mighell

Former civil engineer turned artist. Received BFA in printmaking. I developed a nice tile clay body using the glacial clay from the inlet next to Anchorage. I sell mainly at the Alaska Native Heritage Center during the Summer. I also go outside, what Alaskans call the rest of the U.S., to large arts and crafts fares.
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1 Response to Seven Multiglazed Tiles

  1. Eliana Ardila Ardila says:

    Lovely tiles! I didn’t see you at the Anchorage Saturday market this year. I always look for you each time I visit Alaska and have some of your tiles. Do you sell online? I would love to buy the curlew and/or a halibut. I got to see the bristle thighed curlew in Nome a couple of weeks ago. What an awesome experience. My email is lovetheanimals@me.com with any information you can send me on buying your art online. Thank you!

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