Hello from Cornwall and a warm welcome to my site. I work with a variety of media to create unique mosaics made almost entirely from upcycled materials such as broken china, stained glass offcuts and found objects.
I teach contemporary technique workshops using upcycled materials such as stained glass and vintage china which would otherwise end up as landfill. I also offer Roman Mosaic workshops worked with marble and stone where we create a replica of a traditional Roman mosiac following the ancient rules of mosaic making. For further information about workshops please visit my contact page and I will get back to you.
As this year craft fairs and worksjops have been on hold, I have recently opened a shop on ETSY, you can find me here: ETSY
I welcome mosaic commissions, please contact me with your requirements
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The Mermaid of Zennor (Cornish: An Vorvoren a Senar) is a popular Cornish folk tale that was first recorded by the Cornish folklorist William Bottrell in 1873. The legend has inspired works of poetry, literature and art.
Stained glass and found objects. 47 x 62cm on wooden base.