Mosaic projects in schools and public spaces produce effective, long lasting and hard wearing installations. Designs are highly creative, and constructing them together with the children gives them a sense of pride and achievement in their works of art.
Projects have included welcome signs, school plaques, a tree of life, ground mosaics and the construction of 12 pairs of giant mosaic concrete stepping stone feet.
School logos and mottos.
Ladbroke JMI school. 2012
Rhodes Avenue logo at the reception. 2015
Courtland School logo. 2017
Tree of life Construction 2010 – This was a really gratifying project executed with a Year Six class from a local primary school. Each child worked through the process of creating an exterior mosaic from conception to completion to create a wonderfully organic looking, yet highly vibrant finished structure. It has pride of place outside the schools’ main entrance where pupils, staff and parents can all gain from the improvement to their daily environment.
Mosaic stepping stones 2011: This project started as a vision from the head teacher of Courtland school which I was able to realise through much research of concrete feet moulds! Once the moulds were made the creative part could begin. The stepping stones have created a highly visual and interactive play area.
Rhodes Avenue School Tree mosaic 2014
Mosaic garden. Rhodes Ave. 2016. I was asked to create a low mosaic for the children to enjoy in the infant playground. It fitted perfectly between these two drinking fountains.
Rainforest mosaic. Rhodes Ave 2017