Gastroblasta – Hand Sculpted Relief Tile


‘Gastroblasta’ is a decorative hand sculpted relief tile. The tile can be displayed anywhere within the home in a range of contexts such as bathrooms, sitting areas, conservatories as well as in outdoor garden settings, as it is both waterproof and robust.

Artist Dot Young has a passion for intricate relief sculpting practices, based on traditional techniques and methods and an interest in exploring historical narratives through sculptural expressions.

The tile draws on the 19th Century naturalist E Haeckel’s illustrative work and depicts an interpretation of the intricate underside of a Gastroblasta jellyfish.

20 x 20cm

It has a built in discreet hanging recess to the rear allowing it to be hung easily and flush to the wall.

It comes in an eco-friendly cardboard box gift box, packed with recycled coffee cup material, biodegradable moss green tissue, signed information slip and a decorative label.

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Dot Young

Dot Young

Dot Young is a Scottish artist living and working in London, with her studio based in Deptford. She has a BA in Fine Art Sculpture and an MA in Creative Media Arts. She enjoys historical research and exploring narratives though sculptural interpretation and installation. Her practice currently explores natural form, the environment, and traditional sculptural practices.

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