Red Step Studio handcrafted terracotta tiles
Welcome to Red Step Studio

"Tiny Tiles" ceramic earrings, 1 1/4"h x 1/2"w X 1/16"d


An artist friend encouraged me to use my ceramic tile making techniques to explore the world of jewelry. These "tiny TILES" earrings and pendants are the result: handprinted with linoleum blocks and black underglaze with my unique geometric designs.
To see them in person visit Front Street Gallery in Poulsbo or online in my PaulaGillArt Etsy shop.
Tile Studio Closing Sale!
JULY 20, 2024
I’m retiring from the art tile business–all remaining 
inventory from 25 years of tilemaking will be for sale.

Fantastic prices! Make an offer!
Thank you so much for your support and encouragement throughout the past 25 years of my artisan tile journey. I have enjoyed meeting you and exploring the joys of ceramic tile making. However, it’s time to shift gears into an art form that is doesn’t weigh as much: printmaking on paper is a lot lighter!
Sale will be in my home studio, 1739 N Lafayette Ave. Bremerton.
This site is a collection of relief prints and handmade ceramic art tiles made by Paula Gill of Bremerton, Washington.
I've long been fascinated and charmed by the aesthetic printmaking. My first print was a 4 color linoleum block print I created when I was 18. Since then I have explored various methods of printmaking, from stone lithography and copper plate etching, to wood and linoleum block  printmaking. Relief printing is my current favorite method of printmaking, examples of which you'll see on this site
My tile work evolved out of my love of clay and printmaking and I've used techniques learned from both disciplines to create a unique body of artisan tiles. Each tile is hand formed, carved by hand; each is a one of a kind original, no molds are used. The tiles on this site celebrate trips to the coast, mountain rivers, and my love of botanicals- all of which are framed in black wood frames or set into mortar as mosaics, ready to hang.

On my RedStepStudio Etsy shop you'll find handcarved tiles with garden, forest, and "road trip" themes. With a wire embedded in the back of each tile, these handmade ceramic art tiles can be hung alone or in groups on an interior wall, or add a bright note of color to your patio wall. They can also be used as coasters or trivets. Combined with solid color background field tiles, these handmade ceramic art tiles can be permanent installations in a kitchen backsplash, tub surround or fireplace.

Thanks for visiting. Enjoy browsing the site!       Paula Gill


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