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St Peter’s RC Primary School mosaic commission

School mosaic

 

I have just finished creating this whole school mosaic featuring St Peter and Jesus at St Peter’s RC Primary School in Middleton, Greater Manchester.

It was a real pleasure working with each class from Reception to Year 6 and all the staff to create this wall mosaic for the entrance to the school. The mosaic measures 120 cm high x 270 cm wide.

If you would like to create a school mosaic contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist

07929 884759

sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk

www.mosaicart.org.uk

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Three generations of mosaics

I was blown away by the mosaics created at my workshop yesterday. Three generations of creative souls made their first ever mosaic in style, with Alice just 10 yrs old making a stunning cat her grandma and mum were very proud of. There was an elegant Roman mosaic made by another beginner while a regular participant began to create her first mosaic spheres and an outdoor mosaic. They will all be grouted once the glue has dried.

Mosaic workshops are priced at £55 including all materials, cake and refreshments. Venue Huttons Ambo near York, North Yorkshire

Saturday dates: 10-4pm

20 July 2019
17 August 2019
7 September 2019
28 September 2019 (Rural Arts, Thirsk)
2 November 2019
7 December 2019
25 January 2020
8 February 2020
7 March 2020
4 April 2020
9 May 2020
13 June 2020

To book a place contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist

07929 884759

sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk

www.mosaicart.org.uk

 

 

‘Poppies for Tommy’ mosaic project enters its second year

Poppies for Tommy mosaic project

Here are the poppy mosaics created in the community (age 3 to 80+) during Easingwold & District Lions summer fayre last Saturday. They will add to the mosaics created last year, around the circular wall of the war memorial in the market place, commemorating 100 yrs since the end of WW1

They have been made using the reverse method whereby they are temporarily created with the tiles face down onto brown paper before being installed (the poppies will be red when you see the correct side!)

With funds raised by Easingwold & District Lions.

If you would like to create a community mosaic contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist

07929 884759

sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk

www.mosaicart.org.uk

 

 

Mosaic workshops

So many beautiful mosaics were made by these complete beginners to mosaic at my workshop on Saturday.

Next dates at Huttons Ambo near York

25 May 2019 (Rural Arts, Thirsk)
20 July 2019
17 August 2019
7 September 2019
28 September 2019 (Rural Arts, Thirsk)
2 November 2019
7 December 2019

Price £55

To book contact me on sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk

www.mosaicart.org.uk

07929 884759

 

Learn how to mosaic

I had a brilliant day’s mosaic workshop on Saturday in the beautifully refurbished Huttons Ambo village hall near York.

My next dates are

11 May 2019
25 May 2019 (@ Rural Arts, Thirsk)
15 June 2019
20 July 2019
17 August 2019
7 September 2019
28 September 2019 (@ Rural Arts, Thirsk)
2 November 2019
7 December 2019

Price £55

Select from a huge choice of materials and colours and be inspired by a large display of mosaics, books and resources.

You don’t have to be able to draw to create mosaics! I provide many designs to choose from or you are very welcome to bring along your own design to fit a 22cm square base.

Friendly, fun and informal.

sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk
www.mosaicart.org.uk
07929 884759

Mosaic workshops

There were many gorgeous mosaics made yesterday – all created by absolute beginners including beautiful trays and plaques. Here are just a few…

My next dates at Huttons Ambo near York (North Yorkshire)

Saturday 10-4pm. Price £55

27 April 2019
11 May 2019
25 May 2019 (Rural Arts, Thirsk)
15 June 2019
20 July 2019
17 August 2019
7 September 2019
28 September 2019 (Rural Arts, Thirsk)
12 October 2019
2 November 2019
7 December 2019

To book a place contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist

07929 884759

sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk

www.mosaicart.org.uk

Mosaic puffin

Mosaic trays

Mosaic owl

Mosaic tray – Roman

Happy Alley project mosaic owl

 

I had a great couple of days working with residents creating this mosaic owl – the symbol of Oldham to brighten up the neighbours shared alleyway.

The residents of Burlington Avenue and Gainsborough Avenue have been hard at work creating planters, bunting and pictures to decorate the walls – seats and solar lighting are due to follow shortly, naming the project ‘Happy Alley’.

Funding provided by Green Dividend, Oldham Borough Council to help green up and clean up alleyways.

If you would like to create a mosaic contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist

07929 884759

sue.kershaw@hotmail.co.uk

www.mosaicart.org.uk