Bisila Noha Ceramics


Upcoming events

Peckham Festival (London)
September 13th - 15th.
SAGE Flowers. 232 Rye Lane, London, SE15 4NL

Independent Ceramics Market
September 28th. 11am to 6pm. Copeland Park & Bussey Building (Peckham, London)

On the media

Create Arts
Artist on the Spotlight Interview

91 Magazine
Interviewed for their Meet the Maker series.

House of Grey
’Material Values’ photoshoot portraying the importance of material substance and connecting to the positive and healing qualities they possess.

≍ The Guardian Feast Cover Feature
Faux Celadon Marbled Platter used by Yotam Ottolenghi.

≍ Stylist Magazine 
An article about alternative creative classes in London, on which I am recommended as a teacher.

honey sandwiches
Article about my work on this inspiring blog sharing with people the writer’s love of art, design, books.

≍ Interview for Secrets of Green 
Read on if you want to know more about me, my pots and what inspires me.

≍ Historias de Madrid
book about special shops, cafes and restaurants in Madrid, on which two of my stockists in Madrid where featured: Bureau Mad and Planthae. 

Past Exhibitions

Doddington House. Summer of Ceramics
July-September 2019

‘On the Edge of the Light’ Exhibition at Thrown Contemporary
March-April 2019
A group show focusing on artists reacting to and capturing fringes of light, darkness, shade and haze.

London Art Fair
January 2019
Represented by Thrown Contemporary.

≍ Barbican Openfest - Ceramics Fair
March 2018
60 contemporary artists from Turning Earth will gather to sell their work in the unique setting of the Barbican's Conservatory Terrace and Garden Room. 

≍ FAZ Feria de Arte de Zaragoza
March 2018 

≍ 'In Suspense' Exhibition at Thrown Contemporary
The gallery's inaugral exhibition, exploring distinctive approaches to surface.
March 22nd to April 18th

≍ Earth -土- Exhibitions & Sales at Chalice Gallery
Plates - March 2018
Bowls - May 2018
Vases - July 2018

Set styled by  Victoria Tunstall  for the Barbican Ceramics Fair in March 2018.

Set styled by Victoria Tunstall for the Barbican Ceramics Fair in March 2018.