A chicken with attitude!
A friend wanted to give her daughter this picture as a reminder of family holidays on the Norfolk coast.
I found these sewing machine legs in a junk shop. This is the biggest mosaic I've attempted (so far). I'm pleased with the varied shapes and colours of the leaves
This mosaic formed part of a collective work made for the 2013 Parisot exhibition. I chose these images to reflect a traditional local industry
A commission by a visitor to the October 2012 exhibition. Ganesh was for his mother. He wanted this for himself
A visitor to the October 2012 exhibition had seen my work the year before. He asked me to do this as a Christmas present for his mother. Quite a challenge!
This is one of several tables and pictures I've done of sheep. After seeing this I was asked to make a similar table top featuring elephants
My daughter's cat looking out of her kitchen window
I started making small pictures, then larger panels, mirror surrounds and table tops. I enjoy creating pictures of flowers, birds and animals, and have recently branched out with leaves, people in landscapes and - a recent challenge - Hindu gods.
I use tile cutters to make the shapes I want. The base is usually marine plywood, which means that my mosaics are more or less weatherproof (though I wouldn't advise leaving them outside in a hard frost).
My friend Jill had seen a mosaic picture of a dog at an exhibition of work from Pompei. She asked me to make a similar mosaic - but featuring her dog, Monty
I made this for a friend who shares my love of sheep
I was asked to make a panel with colours to match a newly decorated bathroom. She chose the shape and colours.
Making a mosaic of Paua Shell was a real challenge. I love the colours and lustre.