Unalun Tile was created by the designers at Natalie Blake Studios in Brattleboro, Vermont.
Working out of an 1800 square foot studio in a converted mill at the base of the small New England arts town of Brattleboro, Vermont, Natalie’s studio is part of an artists’ collective that includes internationally recognized glass blowers, visual artists and musicians. Natalie has won many awards and national media attention for her work, as well as inclusion in several museum permanent collections. In 2011 Natalie was selected from among 600 applicants to create work for installation throughout the Chabot College campus, Hayward, CA.
Her work is exhibited widely throughout the continental United States, as well as New Zealand and Australia and has shown in Hawaii, London and Anguilla, West Indies.
Natalie is co-owner of Fulcrum Arts, LLC, which is purchasing and renovating an historic Brattleboro building. Fulcrum Arts merges the talents and vision of Randi Solin and Natalie Blake in a single tactile arts organization. FulcrumArts will house expanded studios for both artists, classroom space, and a retail gallery. Live demonstrations of the artist’s process in both glass and clay, as well as regular classes, will offer collectors, tourists, and the local community unique opportunities to become actively involved in the creation of glass and ceramic works.