Louise Le Luyer




Louise's love of art took her to University to Study Ceramic Design. She graduated with a Masters with Distinction from Staffordshire University and was selected to represent the University at the New Designers in London in 1995 and won the Best New Designer and was award £1500 and a contract to work for Wedgwood. She has many successful Designs in the Industry and her career took her to New York for 13 years in 1997 working as a Designer for Lenox China. Since 2000 Louise has had the top selling dinnerware pattern in the USA called Butterfly Meadow which has her name on the back and whose artwork was based on her love of growing up in the countryside in Jersey. She has work in Paris for Bernaurdaux and studied in Limoges at the University . Her clients have included Aspery, Royal Doulton, Villeroy and Boch as well as working with Kate Spade whilst working at Lenox. Louise is well respected in the Ceramic Industry as a design professional with a history of designing successful patterns. She is skilled in painting, illustration and computer design a strong arts and design professional who is able to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. Louise returned to her home Jersey in 2010 with her husband and 3 children and her art work has taken a back stage. She has now began painting again and entered the J.J.Fox competition in 2018, she won the Share Holders Prize for her painting entry. She is currently building her web page and also planning an exhibition with St. Aubins Art Gallery. Louise also works lunch times at Mont A' L'Abbe school where she enjoys using her art with the children. Louise's passion is in illustrating all things to do with nature. She has designed cards for Jersey Hospice and also been involved with St Peter's Junior Battle of flowers float helping with artwork. Louise also won a Jersey heritage competition to have her artwork made into a deckchair that was displayed at Elizabeth Castle. Louise and her family are keen members of the Jersey Zoo and she be would be honoured to have her art selected

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