Treniq supported our 'My Country' Aboriginal interiors collection selecting it as one of ten brands featured on their stand at Decorex International and London Design Fair 2017. Interior designers can find our products across the Treniq platform where they can set up a trade account with Bay Gallery Home.
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Our wonderful My Country ceramic wall tiles have been reduced as a special Christmas gift to our clients. Please get in touch if you'd like to order at £20 off per tile over the Christmas period. Or you can order online at www.baygalleryhome.com.
In the eclectic Tile Trader (Stroud) you can now find our award winning 'My Country' Aboriginal ceramic wall tiles as seen in World of Interiors. Tile Trader supplies a large range of tiles to trade and the public.
The 'My Country' tiles are part of our 'My Country' interiors collection. They depict Aboriginal Dreamtime stories from the Central Desert of Australia the origins of which go back at least 40,000 years.
Each tile encapsulates an ancient culture whilst providing their Aboriginal community with additional revenues as money from each sale goes back to the artist and art centre. They'll give your space spirit and warmth.
As part of our expanding body beautiful and giftware range we now have scented goats milk and shea butter body bars. The designs on each part is from an established Aboriginal artists original painting depicting the Dreamtime.
Royalties from the sale of the body bars go to the artists and their community.
Visit our online store under Interiors or visit us in the gallery.
Following our World Interiors News Award Roof Magazine (Portugal) featured us in their publication. It is a real privilege to be have the My Country, particularly our Bush Onion 1 tile in a country who we admire so much for their beautiful tiles - they've been a real inspiration for Bay Gallery Home.
Lilly Kemarre Morton with her 'My Country' wallpaper sample and catalogue.
Bonjour la France!
Nous espérons que vous aimerez cette premiere série de surfaces d'intérieurs (papiers peints, carrelage mural et tapis) produits d'après nos oeuvres d'art aborigène d'Australie.
How thrilling for Bay Gallery Home's My Country collection to be recognised as Interiors Surface Design of 2016 by the World Architecture News WIN Award!
Visual language is integral to the Australian Aboriginal culture. Here (as elsewhere) Art is more than the final product that moves us, art is defined by its creative process. Here, all of creation is in relationship, at one with the land, and the artists are in relationship with their community, sharing stories.
Whether painted on musical instruments or on canvas, the artists recount mapping myths, rituals and sacred topography – they are metaphors for life's journeys, full of symbolism and references to history, botany, topography and the traditional rural Aboriginal way of life.
This Ngapa Jukurrpa, or Water Dreaming is the work of a master of colour field abstraction: Shorty Jangala Robertson. Described as a stetson-wearing superstar, he didn’t start painting until he was quite elderly. After a life of struggle and trauma involving being hunted by “white fella” during the Coniston massacre, and being separated from his mother during WW2, Shorty became a sought after world class artist. His paintings are found in collections around the world, and notably in the New South Wallers Art Gallery.
The technical expertise of our collaborators is key to our pioneering core range of wallpapers, ceramics wall tiles & rugs, and our made to order service.
My Country is unique in translating authentic Central Australian Aboriginal artwork into interior surfaces. Due to the meaning and spiritual importance of every element in the artworks, we make sure to enlist state of the art techniques to preserve the detailed quality of each piece.
Translating the quality of the artists' brushstrokes and character, and in particular their sophisticated use of colour across mediums posed a real technical challenge, to which our collaborators masterfully rose!
"Our art is born from the dreams of each artist and the intense colours we see in our land."
My Country references the Australian Aboriginal philosophy and creative process, whereby all of creation is in relationship, at one with the land.
In our pioneering translations of our artists' artwork into interiors ranges : wallpapers, tiles, rugs, we bring something of the character of Australia's landscapes into your homes.
The artwork we represent stands in the tradition of a sophisticated visual language, composed of layers of regular irregularities of colour, geometry, repetition and scale dynamics.
The particular provenance and symbols of this art – mapping myths, rituals and sacred topography – results in a compelling, versatile aesthetic with a most subtle compositional depth of field. It imbues spaces with wider horizons of the imagination.
We are proud to introduce you to My Country !
A picture is worth a thousand words... we are so proud of our Origins.
Bay Gallery Home's My Country ceramic tile range's world première took place in London, at Material Lab.
Bay Gallery Home is very proud to announce that our My Country Aboriginal Interiors collection has been shortlisted for the World Interiors News Awards, (WINAwards2016) under the Surface and Accessories category.
"The World Interiors News Awards recognise and celebrate the designs that have made the biggest impact on the cultural landscape over the past year."
My Country was one of six entries to make the shortlist from a very strong, innovative category. The Jury commented:
'A fantastic example of the nice face of globalisation as well as something that the jury would like to have in their own homes.' JT.
We are so honoured to have made the shortlist and represent the wonderful artists and communities who are at the heart of this enterprise on this world class stage!
Our entry can be viewed on the World Interiors News website in the Surface & Interior Accessories category.
We are very proud to have our pioneering Aboriginal Interiors collection My Country included in the 10th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair.
Our wallpapers and tiles will be featured during the event, and are otherwise available for sale through our website.
We look forward to hearing what Australia thinks of our UK produced Aboriginal wallpapers and tiles. Our artists will also see them for the first time so it's an exciting period for us!
Money from the sale of each product goes directly to the artist and their community.
It was a much appreciated honour to attend Highgrove, HRH Prince Charles's Cotswolds residence, for drinks and canapés .
Prince Charles has always supported traditional Art projects through The Princes's School of Traditional Arts, and he is keenly aware of the challenges facing Aboriginal communities – in which respect the process of making Art and the income it provides plays a significant role.
Bay Gallery Home has been selected for Supplier of the Week for www.eporta.com, the exclusive trade platform for interior designers and architects looking for unique high end interior products.
Eporta selected Bay Gallery Home's interiors range at Sleep 2015 for inclusion on their site. We are thrilled to be part of it.
You can read more about the range on the eporta.com blog.
Alexandra O’Brien, owner of Bay Gallery Home is bringing authentic Aboriginal artwork from the most remote plains of Australia into the European interiors market, with an aim to make Aboriginal textiles as desirable as Moroccan, Indian and Asian interior style has become in homes, hotels and restaurants.
Thank you all those for attending the groundbreaking My Country Aboriginal tile launch in central London on Wednesday. A fantastic night was had by all.
The tiles can be viewed at Material Lab, 10 Great Titchfield Street, W1W 8BB.
Orders can be taken through the www.baygalleryhome.com or www.eporta.com websites.
Additionally, you can purchase directly from Bay Gallery Home by phoning 07776 157 066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bay Gallery Home is proudly releasing the first limited range of ceramic Aboriginal wall tiles in conjunction with Material Lab and Johnson Tiles.
Trade and journalists are invited to Material Lab from 2pm on Wednesday 29 June to meet Alexandra O'Brien. At 6pm drinks and nibbles will be served.
A comprehensive Aboriginal interiors range has never been developed before, so having the tiles launched in such a prestigious London location is very exciting.
If you'd like to place an order please contact email@example.com