Tile Festival 2017 – Now a Nice Memory…

Claudia McGill, Artist

We spent the past weekend at the Tile Festival on the grounds of Fonthill/Moravian Tile Works in Doylestown, PA. Held every year, this show celebrates tiles. All kinds, but only tiles!

For information on the site, you can look up Henry Chapman Mercer on your own, but as a quick bit of background, he is the man who built the concrete house (Fonthill) and established the tile works. His life was dedicated to several things, among them being the preservation of implements and objects of pre-industrial everyday life, and making tiles. The tile works continues to produce tiles according to his designs and in a handmade manner. The house is Mercer’s interests all in one place. Both are open for tours and are worth seeing if you are ever in the area.

So you can see why the Tile Festival is held at this location. It’s an annual event and draws…

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3 thoughts on “Tile Festival 2017 – Now a Nice Memory…

  1. Jeanette Clawson

    This place is on my list of mini-vacation destinations. There is also a place in PA we want to explore is the Green Wall at Longwood Garden. I’m not sure if they are anywhere near each other. 😉

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