Helen Michie

west coast eucalyptus
SOLD
summer bramble
£245.00
bramble and fern
SOLD
birch greens
£165.00
spring blue willow
£190.00
spring green birch
SOLD
seaweed vessel II
£240.00
seaweed vessel III
£240.00
seaweed vessel I
£420.00
west sea I
£460.00
west sea bowl I
£410.00
Birch Autumn Colours i
SOLD
Birch Autumn Colours ii
SOLD
Curling Seaweed
SOLD
Sandwave ii
£265.00
Berberis Heart
SOLD
Spring Birch i
SOLD
Spring Birch ii
SOLD
Sandwave iii
£275.00
Blue and Green Seaweed ii
SOLD
Blue Seaweed iii
SOLD
Green Seaweed iii
SOLD
Green Seaweed i
£265.00
New Life i
SOLD
New Life ii
SOLD
New Life iii
SOLD
Shoreline Dish
SOLD
Eucalyptus ii
SOLD
Falling Autumn Birch i
SOLD
Falling Autumn Birch ii
SOLD
Falling Autumn Birch iii
SOLD
Serenity
£350.00
Seaweed with Fossil i
SOLD
Seaweed with Fossil ii
SOLD
Helen Michie
Helen Michie

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, plants and seaweed, then 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 porcelain paper clay and natural materials to develop a new body of work.

Helen Michie
Helen Michie

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, plants and seaweed, then 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 porcelain paper clay and natural materials to develop a new body of work.