helen michie

cobalt blue pool bowl
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glazed stoneware
5 x 29 cm
£225
glazed coastal bowl
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glazed stoneware
12 x 24 cm
£325
sea green pool bowl
glazed stoneware
6 x 31 cm
£250
tideline bowl
glazed stoneware
6 x 33 cm
£250
coastal bowl I
gazed stoneware
8 x 26 cm
£200
seaweed with feather
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raku fired ceramic
21 x 33 cm
£225
coastal bowl II
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glazed stoneware
8 x 24 cm
£200
winter birch
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
27 x 13 cm
£160
west coast seaweed
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
20 x 34 cm
£225
flowering willow
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
24 x 24cm
£195
west coast seaweed triptych
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
20 x 74 cm
£495
seaweed with feather
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raku fired ceramic
21 x 33 cm
£225
blue and gold bramble
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
70 x 18 cm
£450
raku fired bowl
raku fired ceramic
8 x 24 cm
£200
bramble leaves
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raku fired ceramic
20 x 20 cm
£180
blue sea holly
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raku fired ceramic
27 x 13 cm
£160
autumn birch triptych
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raku fired ceramic
60 x 72 cm
£495
roshven seagrass bowl
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stoneware ceramic
6 x 23 cm
£200
falling blue leaves
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
17 x 17cm
£120
horse chestnut crackle
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
14 x 14 cm
£115
spring cow parsley I
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
14 x 14 cm
£115
spring bramble III
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
27 x 13 cm
£160
flaming horse chestnut
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raku fired ceramic
70 x 18cm
£450
spring bramble II
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
14 x 14 cmcm
£115
coastal bowl
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stoneware ceramic
10 x 24 cm
£200
spring cow parsley II
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
14 x 14 cm
£115
spring bramble I
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
14 x 14 cm
£115
early spring birch
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
19 x 24 cm
£175
golden wild rose
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raku fired ceramic wall piece
27 x 12 cm
£160
red horse chestnut
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raku fired ceramic
17 x 17cm
£120

biography

Born in Edinburgh, Helen studied Ceramics at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen, specialising in Sculptural and Architectural Ceramics. After working as an Architectural model maker, Town Artist and Arts Co-ordinator throughout the country, she now lives with her husband and daughter in west Lochaber where her Ceramic wall pieces, bowls, sculpture and paintings are inspired by the stunning natural environment of the area.  Helen uses different hand building and decorating techniques to create her Ceramics and a range of clays including stoneware, porcelain and Raku clays.  Her wall pieces are made with local impressed leaves and plants and Raku fired to create the glazed design and smoked decoration.  The work is fired in a kiln outside with the west coast elements influencing the final result and helping to create each unique Ceramic piece.  Helen is currently experimenting with locally sourced found clay and natural materials to develop a new body of work.