Jill Ford & Ella De Wastney

Updated: May 21, 2020

Ella and I collaborated on her room set at art& York 2019 when she curated a glorious mixture of furnishings and accessories that combined bold colour and vibrant patterns with cool white porcelain. She shows us how to throw out the rule book and create a totally unique look, combining elements that give us delight and joy. The results are inevitably a rich mix of effect, impact and ambiance. Adding the Barnacle shell range of bowls and standing forms with their masses of holes, gave a quirky and unexpected edge to the concept.

says Ella

I collaborate with other creative people and showcase their products alongside those I have found on my own travels ..making each scheme individual and exciting.

e & showcase their products alongside those I have found on my travels. My mission is to offer in I'm excited to be planning further collaborations with Ella and we've had a few meetings here at my studio pottery where we've bounced a few ideas around. As we both have a passion for creating textural surfaces , we plan to introduce more sumptuous ceramics into her collections and schemes.

Ella's studio can be found in the centre of York at 44, Gillygate.

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Jill Ford
Providence House
East Riding of Yorks.
YO42 4PB

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