Posted on January 22, 2021 by Steph
Seven Sisters community public art 2020. Residential home volunteers making the mosaic.
Publicly engaged projects are where I am able to connect and inter-weave my artwork and making methodology to a variety of peoples within communities and community groups.
My arts practice ethos, has always been to stay connected with communities on a grass- roots level, so all involved can benefit from the sharing of an experience.
Then ultimately to connect communities to their environment and social histories, through the process and manufacture of artworks for the public domain.
I concentrate on delivering artworks and mosaics that can be understood by all ages, educations and etchnictisities providing lasting stories for all to engage with.
Please contact Stephanie to discuss a project
Seven Sisters community public art 2020. Involving 315 participants across the city.
Every Women Remembered, 2018. Community Public artwork to celebrate women's roll at home during WW1.
Glansychan Secondary School, 2016. Residency for Public artwork in local park
WW1 Memorial Sculpture 2014. Collaboration with local wood sculpturer. Working with Caerleon Festival goers to create the glass poppies for this Wood Art Works sculpture.
With Passing Ships, 2015. Public artwork about the heritage of Pillgwenlly. Ethnic minority community workshops and artisan support lead to the making of this sculptural artwork.
Process of production, manufacture and installation
Please contact Stephanie to diccuss a project