Three mosaic birds

These three mosaic birds were made for a London courtyard. They are based on three Roman mosaics: 1. Swan mosaic with a stylised fig from a 4th century church in Soli, Northern Cyprus 2. A guinea fowl, from a 5th century bathhouse in Kourion, Cyprus and 3. Partridges, 4th century, …

Vitreous glass mosaic garden urn

This mosaic garden urn was made using a pre-cast concrete bowl base on a pedestal and provides a colourful focus point in a garden setting. The materials used were vitreous glass, mirror and millefiori. The three vitreous glass fish were made separately on mesh and embedded into the interior.

Octopus and fish mosaic

This octopus and fish mosaic was made to fit an indent in a bathroom. A varigated green stone was chosen for the background which picked out the main colour scheme of the room and the fish are an obvious reflection of the watery theme. The octopus and fish mosaic is …

Unswept Floor Mosaic

This mosaic is based on a famous Roman design of an unswept banquet floor. (Please read more about the ancient design and its contemporary variations in this blog post.) The commission was for an ‘unswept floor’ to be installed in a kitchen which would reflect the life of the home owner …

Roman mosaic copies

These two mosaics are examples of Roman mosaic copies. One is of a fish panel taken from the collection of Byzantine mosaics now in Qasr Libya and the other is of a mouse and walnut and is a detail from the famous ‘Unswept Floor‘ mosaic now in the Vatican Museums. …