Paintings
All of Kaffe’s paintings below are available to purchase. Please email the studio if you’re interested.
Garden at Chateau Dumas (P51) • Watercolour • 14″ by 19″ • £3,500
Duck Egg Blue and Pink Book (P13) • Acrylic • 16″ by 20″ • £4,000
Apple and Cabbage (P2) • Acrylic • 36″ by 48″ • £8,500
30s Vase and Indian Basket (P1) • Acrylic • 15″ by 22″ • £3,600
Black Star Quilt (P3) • Acrylic • 24″ by 36″ • £6,500 • SOLD
Bold Shells on Platter (P8) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5,000
Ginger Jar Pink (P31) • Acrylic • 48″ by 36″ • SOLD
Ginger Jar Series, Yellow • Acrylic • 48″ by 36″ • SOLD
Ginger Jar Series, Blue • Acrylic • 48″ by 36″ • SOLD
Black Temple Jar (P4) • Acrylic • 40″ by 30″ • £8,000
Blue and Maroon Pots on Taupe (P5) • Acrylic • 40″ by 30″ • £8,000
Blue and White on Bark Cloth (P6) • Acrylic • 18″ by 14″ • £3,200
Blue and White Pot Screen (P7) • Acrylic • 65″ by 60″ • £12,000
Contrast Carnival (P9) • Acrylic • 30″ by 40″ • £8,000
Moroccan Bowls (P15) • Acrylic • 20″ by 30″ • £5,500
Dark Jewel Pots and Bucket (P11) • Acrylic • 30″ by 40″ • £8,000
Country Kitchen (P10) • Acrylic • 40″ by 30″ • £8,000
Dark Pots Plums and Cherries (P12) • Acrylic • 30″ by 20″ • £5,500
Geraniums in Terracotta Pot (P30) • 9″ by 12″ • SOLD
Pastel Star Patchwork (P16) • Acrylic • 48″ by 36″ • £8,500
Transfer Ware Jug, Bowl and Plates (P23) • Acrylic • 24″ by 30″ • £5,500
Pink and Green Pots on Tray (P18) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5,000
Pink Study (P19) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5,000
Snail Shells (P20) • Acrylic • 24″ by 33″  • £5,500
Grey Still Life (P14) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5,000
Pebbles on Sand (P17) • Acrylic • 40″ by 30″ • £8,000
Swirling Stripes (P22) • Acrylic • 30″ by 24″ • £5,500
Watering Cans (P24) • Acrylic • 24″ by 18″ • £5,000
Blue and White on Pastel Cloth (P25) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5000
Cool Perpendicular (P78) • Acrylic • 30″ by 40″ • £8,000
Yarn Spools (P37) • Acrylic • 16″ by 20″ • £4,000 • SOLD
Multicoloured Pots (P49) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5,000
Grey Green Pots (P36) • Acrylic • 18″ by 24″ • £5,000
Blue and Cream Ceramics on Paisley (P42) • Acrylic • 16″ by 20″ • £4,000
Crab and Blue White Jug (P43) • Acrylic • Not for Sale
Ginger Jar Sketch (P40) • Watercolour • 31″ by 23″ • £5,500
Shell Tapestry Sketch (P45) • Acrylic • 61″ by 50″ • £9,500
Marbleised Brown Jug (P39) • Acrylic • 24″ by 18″ • £5,000
Yellow Still Life PRINT (P48) • 30″ by 40″ • Not for sale

Still Life on Kimono (P34) • Acrylic • 30″ by 36″ • £8000

Embroidered Shawl and Flower Vases (P28) • Acrylic • 36″ by 48″ • £8,500

Stack of Coffee Bowls (P33) • Acrylic • 14″ by 11″ • £2,400
Geranium Plant (P29) • Watercolour • 27″ by 24″ • £5,500
Tricia and Lisa Guild (P44) • Acrylic • 60″ by 48″ • £9,500
Japanese Pot on Patchwork Quilt (P47) • Acrylic • 24″ by 18″ • £5,000
Stone Scape (P35) • Acrylic • 20″ by 30″ • £5,500
Still Life on Palm Leaf Fabric (P21) • Acrylic • 36″ by 48″ • £8,500 • SOLD
Pink Pots with Teapot (P41) • Acrylic • 12″ by 16″ • £2,800 • SOLD
Orange and Lime Study (P32) • Acrylic • 14″ by 11″ • £2,400 • SOLD
Conch Shell (P46) • Acrylic • 30″ by 24″ • SOLD
Skyros Island Watercolour – Greece (P50) • 14″ by 29″ • £3,500
Blues & Orange (P95) • Acrylic • 11″ by 16″ • £2,400
Tulips on Book (P96) • Acrylic • 11″ by 16″ • £2,400 • SOLD
Happy Place (P97) • Acrylic • 11″ by 16″ • £2,400
Ginger Jar on Tiles (P98) • Acrylic • 11″ by 16″ • £2,400

Circus (P99) • Acrylic • 12″ by 16″ • £2,800

About Kaffe’s Painting Work

Kaffe Fassett, Californian artist and textile designer, lives and works in London. Trained as an artist, his paintings have been shown and collected in London, New York and San Francisco over many years. His murals, too, feature in many homes and commercial enterprises. The decorative arts and the objects we collect around us have, from early days, been his particular passion. He has published ten books on design, from knitting and needlepoint to patchwork and mosaic. It is doubtful whether there is one designer in the land who does not keep some or all of his books on their shelves for inspiration.
All this then, and a working artist? How is this possible? There could be two explanations for such creative energy, beyond unquestionable natural talent: Kaffe’s trans-Atlantic sense of urgency (once fired with a creative idea there is no stopping him – he wants to make it manifest “now”!) and his extraordinary passion and insatiable appetite for colour. When you stand surrounded by his work his message is clear: colour lives for him.

Kaffe is cunning with form. His ability to compose a picture makes it all look disarmingly easy (which those who know, know it is not), but it is in his handling of colour, the way he arranges objects, how he sees them, and his handling of the paint itself that conveys to us his own delight in what he is looking at. He can make the objects appear empowered with the joy of being, as if they have a wish to express themselves. Their seeming vitality can reach you even (or particularly?) when you stand back from his work. That vitality sings out at you. It is clear that Kaffe lives by and for colour. It would not be far-fetched to say that for Kaffe, colour is his very medium, whatever the substance he uses. In everything he creates he consciously sets out to make us aware of the delights of our physical world. In trying to convey his extraordinary perceptivity with regard to colour, I think of a Welsh countryman who, once asked to describe what a poet was, replied after thought: “…well a poet is someone who sees and sees and SEES..”. That definition would be equally appropriate for Kaffe the artist

ANNE JAMES Producer/Director, BBC and Channel Four