Had a brilliant time on Saturday with these ladies during my latest mosaic workshop at my home studio near York. If you would like to book a place on my 25 March workshop please visit www.mosaicart.org.uk for details.
To book a place contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist
Here’s the four mosaic paving slabs I created with the residents of Leonard Cheshire Disability charity (40cm sq). Looking forward to delivering them tomorrow where they will be installed in their beautiful walled garden at Alne Hall, near Easingwold, North Yorkshire.
And here is the mosaic I created with Waterhouses Primary School in Staffordshire this month (90x120cm) to be displayed at the school entrance.
If you would like to arrange a mosaic workshop contact Mosaic Artist, Sue Kershaw
My workshop on 3 December is now full so I have added two more dates 25 February and 25 March 2017, so if you fancy learning the art of mosaic why not book a slot.
You will create a mosaic using the direct method, with designs to choose from, or you can bring your own along. All materials included.
Looking forward to working with the children of Waterhouse Primary School next week in the beautiful Peak District where we will be creating a wall mosaic to welcome visitors to the school.
To commission a school mosaic contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist
Had a really enjoyable four days this week working with residents of Leonard Cheshire Disability, Alne Hall, near Easingwold, North Yorks. We are creating four mosaics for the newly redesigned walled garden.
Each mosaic is dedicated to:
The Centenary of Leonard Cheshire Disability (LCD) as a charity
Sixty Years of Alne Hall being occupied by residents of LCD
The long service of newly retired Manager
In memory of one of the residents
I’ll be posting photos in a couple of weeks once the mosaics are complete.
If you are considering volunteering I can’t recommend this organisation highly enough. It is incredibly rewarding work and a joy.
To commission a mosaic contact Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist
I feel really lucky to be a member of the British Association of Modern Mosaics North (BAMM North) having successfully bid for Hull City of Culture 2017 funding.
We will be running a community project which will take the form of one hundred bird mosaics assembled into a flock flying towards freedom. The mosaics will be installed in Hull Station in September 2017 and the birds will be made by a combination of the residents of Hull and BAMM North artists.
Sue Kershaw, Mosaic Artist
It was a real privilege creating this mosaic with Huddersfield Grammar School to celebrate the life of one of the pupils. The mosaic includes all the elements that were special in his life.