At the Motawi art studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan, you’ll find that the Tileworks craftspeople are devoted to the exploration of historic decorative arts. It was on one of these little journeys of discovery that they found out that early-20th-Century English architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott designed needlepoint patterns for his wife, Florence, to stitch. Motawi decided to make one of her charming needlepoint designs their own.
Actual tile size: 3-13/16″ x 7-13/16″
Can be hung as is, framed or set on small stands.
For over 20 years, the artisans at Motawi Tileworks have hand-crafted art tile in their Ann Arbor, Michigan, studio. These distinctive tiles are known for their rich glazes and and uniquely American designs, inspired by nature, art and architecture. Unlike mass-produced tile, the unique design, beautiful craftsmanship, and affordability of Motawi tile allows people to own and enjoy real art, which won’t go out of style and will last for generations.