'Back through the unknown remembered gate..' - TS Eliot
Community Art Gallery
Completion 9 - Touring Installation, Jan 2013 - 2016
The BIG Draw 2015
Uniting the Community, Scarborough Police Station
My mosaics come from an inner joy in engaging with light and colour, nature and the pace of existence. They are all commissioned, often with community involvement and are mostly in the public domain.
A compass in the setting of beautiful Ingleton, North Yorkshire at the old Railway Station, celebrates its former use 40 years after the building of the Community Centre.
circular building plan of the original Victorian school identifies the recent extensions and celebrates its evolution.
Theme of 'Journeys' - Dandelion clocks disperse their seed across the series of mosaics to start their new life, who knows where? Photo Carl Marsh
Skipping Girl, Airy Hill Park, Whitby
Scarborough coat of arms and motto decorate the side of the police station.
my Honey Bee, Apis Mellifera, flies between large mosaics in the Gladstone Rd Infants School, Undercroft.
Oak leaves and acorns made by the children of Galdstaone Rd Infants School, butterflies made by the teachers on Friday afternoon. Photo Carl Marsh
Apis Mellifera - UK Honey Bee. Photo Carl Marsh
Ingleton Library and Community Centre
Little Fish Leaps. Photo Carl Marsh
ceramic leaves and acorns
Rainbow Fingerprint represents community on the side of Scarborough Police Station.
Atalanta, the Greek goddess of adventure explores the Scarborough map for its potential! Photo Carl Marsh.
For all the Infants that have ever passed through the doors of their first school: 'As streams from little fountains flow, Great oaks from little acorns grow'
Whitby, Airy Hill Park
sparkling dandelion clock celebrates the 125 year anniversary of Gladstone Rd Infants School.
Winning entries by local school children were turned into six mosaics for a sensory garden in Whitby.
Whitby Airy Hill Park
Atalanta's South Bay, Scarborough map
Atalanta's North Bay, Scarborough map
Little Fish Leaps upstream - he is following his passion for life
Creative Residencies, Eastfield Library
Bilton Youth Club, Bilton Park, Harrogate
Great Oaks From Little Acorns Grow, Gladstone Rd Infants' portrayed as a tree.
A realistic painted lady butterfly draws nectar from an echinacea flower to mark and brighten the entrance to Eastfield Library's new wildlife and sensory garden.
Skipping Fish with a skipping rope outline joyfully shows the uniqueness of Scarborough's Pancake Day celebrations, when we skip on the beach with fishing ropes.
Three mosaics together line The Undercroft at Gladstone Rd Infants School. Photo Carl Marsh
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