After studying Architectural Ceramics in France and London, Louisa Merry Henriksen worked for several years on numerous projects throughout Europe, Africa, Australia and the United Kingdom, acquiring a wide range of techniques. These include slab building, press moulding and sculptural relief, with the interesting use of glazes and oxides, combined with multiple firings.

Louisa works with high fired stoneware and terracotta clay. Most of her pieces are suitable for internal or outdoor environments.

She has been invited to exhibit her work in several prestigious venues both in France and England.

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Throughout the centuries, the alchemy of turning raw earth into sculptured art has been used to express the ideas of social and cultural groups throughout the world.

From the Greek temples to the Aztec pyramids, within churches and corporations, sculptured art has shown to be an enduring form of identity and expression.

In the fast paced digital world where repetition and conformity are the order of the day, unique handcrafted sculptures take on a level of appreciation greater than ever before.