Arnot Hill Park

Arnot Hill Park

Community workshop to make six mosaics inspired by the nature around Arnot Hill Park (Butterflies, Dragonfly, Squirrel, Ladybird, Snail, Bee). Installed on the wall of the sensory garden.

 

“Many thanks Julie, our first mosaic workshop with children here at Arnot Hill Park and I think they’ve been a great success. Can’t wait to see the work when it’s been installed”

Sarah Cook, Gedling Borough Council

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Woodthorpe School pupil mosaics

Woodthorpe School pupil mosaics

Working with all classes at Woodthorpe Infant School we turned 6 children’s drawings into mosaics, celebrating the diversity and different characters of the School. Each mosaic measures 20” x 27” and created as part of the School’s 50 year celebrations

 

“The project was an exciting and creative way for us to celebrate our School’s 50th Birthday”

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Silverdale Park Community mosaics

Silverdale Park Community mosaics

Working with the community to create 10 mosaic stepping stones as part of the re-development of Silverdale Park. Each slab measures 40cm x 40cm and now installed in the playground area. I worked with the pre-school along the theme of ‘The Hungry Caterpillar’, explored patterns and quilting with the Knitter Natter group and created the Scouts logo with the local Scouts group.

“Really pleased with how these have turned out. Julie was extremely helpful and a joy to work with. We will definitely be sending future projects her way”

Daniel Jeanne, HAGS playground equipment

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Oakfield School Olympic Rings

Oakfield School Olympic Rings

Working with pupils with physical, severe and profound learning difficulties to produce 5 sporting symbols each 25” in diameter

“Julie worked with students helping them to create our own Olympic rings. She captured the imagination of the students; they loved working with Julie on the project! She helped them explore the qualities of the materials and think about patterns and shape whilst creating the mosaic. The end result was fantastic”

Andrea McKenzie, Oakfield School

Willesley Ashby School

Willesley Ashby School

Working with pupils throughout the school exploring the colours and in particular values of the Olympic Games – Respect, Excellence, Friendship, Determination, Inspiration and Equality. The circle measures 40” in diameter.

“A high quality and extremely rewarding project generating much enthusiasm amongst children at school. Julie was a pleasure to work with and superb with the children leading to a very positive experience all round”

Sarah Harmer, Willesley School, Leicestershire

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