Kate Tiler Introduction
Over the years that I worked as a volunteer at Kentwell Hall in my holidays, I developed skills in Tudor cookery, singing, spinning wool and making shoes and costume. I fell in love with woodfired kilns while hanging around looking useful in the Kentwell Pottery and I taught myself how to make Medieval Tiles so that I would have a legitimate place at a firebox. Fire box full of embers. During a night time kiln firing. Kate and Pheobe Tiles be We. Baby Feet and Hands. Or telephone 01949 860959.
Schools and creative arts
A Native American day at Redmile Primary School on July 4th. I created a outdoor camp where activities included making dreamcatchers, creating an arrow using a bone arrowhead, spinning wool yarn Navajo style, storytelling and song. I teach a diverse range of arts and crafts, from pottery to environmental arts, printmaking, drawing and painting, across all age groups and abilities. I can work with individuals or groups with collaborative projects. From GCSE to Degree level. Brians beautiful finished plaque.