Posted by: sallykendallmosaics | May 3, 2011

Mirror Mannequin Mosaic

Mirror Mannequin-Muswell Hill, London-2004. Artist’s own, currently being exhibited at The Woodman, Highgate, London.

For more mosaics like this please visit my website www.sallykendallmosaics.com

Sally Kendall is a highly accomplished and well respected Mosaic Artist. She is based in London but has worked nation-wide as well as internationally, including two month long projects in Tanzania, Africa. Combining her wealth of experience and variety of skills has generated a network of new and loyal clients. Her work has featured in a variety of publications. Commissioned by Interior Designers, Architects, Property Developers, Local Councils and peers of the realm, her work includes; portraits, murals, bathrooms, kitchens, fireplaces, swimming pools, 3D sculptures and wall hangings.

Mosaics can be created to suit a specific environment or a structure that already exists. Colours, tiles and designs are chosen to suit individual needs and in that way an everyday structure becomes a unique piece of art that not only speaks volumes about a place or product but will also add value to a property.

Having recently been commissioned to mosaic the bar front of The Orwell Bar in Islington, Sally has gone on to be the sole exhibiting artist there for a year. Some of her work is currently being exhibited at The Woodman in Highgate.

Sally is also a qualified and experienced Art Teacher and has managed and delivered Mosaic projects in over 50 schools to date plus various Pupil Referral Units and communities. She creates not only an exciting and educational experience for all those involved but also lasting, dazzling artwork for all to admire for years to come.

Mosaics can either be made in situ or in her studio to be installed later. They are weatherproof and durable, made with a variety of materials including: ceramics, vitreous glass, marble and mirror. This ancient craft is as popular today as it was thousands of years ago. Sally produces beautiful and vibrant mosaics by combining the classical and contemporary.


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