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Mosaic toad by Sue Kershaw on the move

February 23, 2013

My mosaic toad is on a spring move! ‘Reflective Toad’ will be hopping across the city to the Museum Quarter where he will sit pond-side in the garden outside the Streetlife Museum and Hull & East Riding Museum.

‘Reflective toad’ was commissioned by ARC – the Architecture Research Centre in Hull as part of the Larkin25 festival ( celebrating the poet’s poem ‘Toads’ in 2010.


Mosaic Toad by Sue Kershaw on the move

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  1. That looks really scary – next to the various hares, this has to be my favourite of all your pieces, so I hope he enjoys his new home.

  2. juleelatimer permalink

    I love your toad Sue, did you sculpt him yourself? and if so, what from? Thanks

    • Hi Julee, The toad base was supplied (along with 40 other blank toads to commissioned artists). It was made in Poland from fibreglass.

      • juleelatimer permalink

        Thanks Sue, did you use silicone as the adhesive? What a great commission.

  3. Yes, it worked a treat. I felt very lucky to have been asked. Good luck with your chair project it looks great.

  4. Helen Butcher permalink

    My husband and I adore your mosaic toad and miss him not being outside ARC where we would pass him regularly. So glad to know he is still around Hull and will definately take a walk to see him outside the Streetlife museum. Do you know whether he’ll be staying at the Streetlife museum?

    • Many thanks for your lovely comments Helen. Yes, Mr Toad will be staying outside the Streetlife Museum, pond-side in the garden area. I’m sure he’ll be glad to see you. Thanks again for your support.

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