More To Come..........
I really love all the tile work on the outside of the house, but I'm not sure I'd like it inside too. But maybe I'd change my mind after more photos!
Wow, that really is amazing! Love your photos too, thanks for all those beautiful detail shots. I feel like I am there! Have a great day, Old Lady Naomi xxoo Michaela
Beautiful! The whole house represents such a labour of love I feel. This amazing man has such an eye for colour and design. I love how he mkaes such abstract patterns feel almost organic in that they flow over th thouse, if you know what I mean!
I am so glad I made time over my lunch break to pop by and catch up on these posts. It is so hard for me to find time to blog at the moment!
I do hope you and Sweetie are well (as well as possible anyway). Much hugs to you both! :)
The amount of work involved is just mind-boggling. I'd be overwhelmed just thinking about the massive undertaking.
WOW!!!!!! The mind reels at all the hard work and love he's expended in making this showplace!
I bet I'll never run out of topic if ever I do meet the lovely couple.....this house is an art piece :D
Unbelievable! Every inch of it is art. I feel like I've just toured an amusement park of art and had a wonderful ride!
that is amazing. They need to do a book
Oh, wow....it's amazing how even UNDERNEATH things are tiled. You can tell that this is something that he does because he truly loves it.
I am so glad that you got to meet him and go inside! From what you've shown us of the inside so far, it's as stunning as the outside.
I was really looking forward to seeing more photos of the tile house. Thank you! And I am so glad you got to meet George and see the inside. It's an amazing place.
GORGEOUS!! this must have been an incredible experience to get up close and see every little detail! such love for a home. that's exactly how it should be! my neighbor always says treat your home like it's your castle. in this case it's literally true! thanks for sharing.
I love how he uses the bottom of empty bottles to create those designs...amazing!!
Everything in the house just gets more elaborate and detailed...I'd be happy to live in that "dungeon!" lol
The curvy tiles are incredible! I'd love to watch him work. Thanks for sharing more of this man's talent with us, my friend.
This man really should offer tours. All that work should be seen. I am so glad he has let you and your camera in.
His work is amazing but I would think dizzying to live with.
I keep looking for a bare spot but see none except maybe the ceiling.
I wonder if he is finished now.
Can't wait for more.
its amazing work.. i bet that house is worth more than anyone can imagine.. it amazes me what people can do..
I am so proud of you for going inside. I hope you let him know how thankful we all are to be treated to his art.
Wow! This house is fantastic! They need to do a movie. Love your pictures, Naomi! Well done!
Thank you Naomi and thank you George. Amazing really. I just cannot imagine the hard work involved in all of that, the planning and then the back breaking work involved. I thought tiling a table once was the hardest thing I had ever done. Just incredible and so beautiful.
It's all so beautiful! I love the small stones used in the archways of the dungeon too!
The hours and hours of work he has put into this work!! Amazing!!
I'm so glad you are sharing this with us Naomi! I look forward to more!!! xxoxx
The odd tile reminded me of MTL's late mother who was a wonderful Fair Isle knitter and amongst the colourful stripes and patterns there would suddenly be an unrelated stripe - maybe a shocking pink in a man's pullover. I think it was her humour.
What a wonderful place to have a shower - like being in the far East.
George must feel so proud that you have exhibited his art on your blog.
My goodness what a house Naomi!!
His work reminds me of Gaudi - are you familiar with his work in Spain? (I studied Ceramics in my previous life (!) and loved Gaudi's work - ceramic architecture, they call it.)
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