- The Crepe House Parisian Artwork by Brent Heighton
- Stunningly authentic Parisian Decorative Ceramic Tile
- Available in A Square 8x8 Size
A beautiful Parisian ceramic picture tile by Brent Heighton. This picturesque artwork of a quiet café scene.
The Crepe House comes in two sizes. The smaller 8 x 8 inches, which is boarded backed with a hook and fold leg for standing.
All of our decorative ceramic picture tiles are individually hand painted by highly skilled artists and are highly labour intensive to make. They are fired at a very high temperature creating permanent, vibrant images that will never fade.
Who is Brent Heighton?
Brent Heighton's art is recognised for its achievement in pure expression. His distinctive style is characterized by spontaneous use of color and a willingness to push the boundaries of painting and his vision. After college, Brent began work as a commercial artist but soon followed his creative spirit and pursued a career in fine art.
Painting professionally for over 25 years, Brent's career in fine art has allowed him to travel throughout the world in search of adventure and subjects to paint.
His paintings have won him numerous awards and are found in private and corporate collections in more than 25 countries. In addition, he has held exhibitions in New York, Tokyo, Germany, Belgium, Holland, throughout the United States and in Mexico.
Technical stuff that we get asked a lot...
- Can our tiles be placed into a tiled wall display?
They certainly can. The backing can be removed from the tile by soaking it in warm soapy water, after this is done we recommend leaving the tile to dry thoroughly before using it in your display.
- How thick are the ceramic picture tiles?
All ceramic tiles measure 0.7cm and including the felt back they are 1.1cm
- How do the tiles come packaged?
Each tile comes in fitted foam inside a display box. These are then thoroughly wrapped and protected for shipping.
Please note that if the artist name is stated in the title then these are direct hand painted reproductions of their work and a commission is paid to the artist or licensing house.