Poncelet’s passion for pattern and colour can be seen in the grid of vitreous enamel designed by her to cover the building. Each vivid and richly coloured pattern connects and responds to a different part of the local area and tells the story of its history and environment. It is the largest work created by Poncelet to date and is also the largest vitreous enamel artwork in Europe.
For more information on this vibrant work, please visit the TfL’s Art on the Underground website here and be sure to keep an eye out next time you pass through Edgware Road!
|Jacqueline Poncelet, Wrapper, (2012) photo © Thierry Bal|
|Jacqueline Poncelet, Wrapper, (2012) view of south wall|
photo © Thierry Bal