Public Mosaic

I create external and internal mosaics, designed and made collaboratively with schools, health care organisations, care homes and community groups or by myself when commissioned. Mosaics are a very accessible and rewarding art form that appeals to all ages and abilities. My projects are a great way of bringing people together to create a lasting artistic legacy for community settings.

Follow the links for details of some of my mosaic projects.

  • 2008 With Arts Care Gofal Celf.
  • Environmental mosaic sculpture made with older people attending St Brynach’s Day Centre, Haverfordwest.
  • Collaborative mosaic panel with patients for the entrance of St Caradog Ward at the Bro Cerwyn Centre, Haverfordwest.
  • 2009 Large Centenary panel made with pupils at Lamphey Primary School, Pembrokeshire.
  • 2010 Welcome mosaic panels for Pembroke Dock Community School made with pupils and family members as part of the Springboard project designed to help re-engage individuals in education and community life.
  • 2012 As part of Groam House Museum’s ongoing community and education outreach programme:
    Three large mosaic panels based on Celtic and Pictish imagery and linked to the museum’s George Bain collection. These mosaics light up the courtyard of the museum and were made with students from Fortrose Academy, Resolis Friendship Group and members of the GHM volunteers team. Funded by the Highland Lottery, the Highland Council and the Highland Leader programme.
    Celtic Cross garden mosaic with Iona School.
    Celtic Creature mosaic panel with P6 pupils at Munlochy Primary School.
  • 2013 Private commissions to celebrate the centenary of Newtonmore Village Hall. Two large scale mosaics occupying the former window frames. One celebrates features of Newtonmore scenery and the other young Newtonmore shinty players on the Eilan pitch.
  • 2013 Project developed by Groam House Museum with funding from Heritage Lottery and Scottish Natural Heritage for the Year of Natural Scotland 2013.
  • Knotworks and Networks, a Celtic Tree Alphabet Mosaic Trail comprising 20 mosaics sited all over the Black Isle. Designed and created with 18 community groups and involving participants from age 3 to 93!