In our recent blog post on Naoshima Island we mentioned Hiroshi Sugimoto, as he created several site-specific pieces for the Japanese art island. Sugimoto is a photographer and artist who also explores architecture and performing arts. Find out more in our latest blogpost.
Our curator and photographer achieves beautiful images through careful decision-making: natural lighting rather than artificial, props and a combination of materials. Find out more about her process and some of the other artists who inspire our photo shoots.
Many British ceramicists and wood artists utilise the nature of their materials to their advantage, creating interesting surface textures that celebrate the three-dimensionality of ceramic art. Find out more.
At Maud and Mabel we adhere to minimalist and zen philosophies of design and the curation of spaces to celebrate natural materials and wonderful works of art. The following three spaces are all inhabited by makers or lovers of art.