Creative Tiles Community Murals involve hundreds of participants.
Made of small pantings on wood panels or ceramic tiles, a Creative Tiles Community Mural expresses the richness and importance of diversity within a community.
Seen from up close, each picture is unique and different. From a distance, patterns and similarities appear.
My responsibility as an artist is to emphasize these similarities and differences by designing harmonious designs that link the individual pictures. In doing so, I hope to send a message about the importance of tolerance towards our differences. For more information about Creative Tiles Community Murals programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Geyser Elementary school. Ceramic tiles on wall 8' x 21'
Glencliff Elementary school 270 participants 1156 pictures 2011
Watercolor, marker, paper, wood panels
Saratoga Springs NY 600 participants 1998
Paper, watercolor, marker, wood, 1424 individual pictures, 47" x 140"
Hillside Elementary School 2013 350 participants
Paper, watercolor, marker, wood, 1024 individual pictures 64" x64"
Paper, watercolor, marker, wood, 1430 individual pictures 47" x 140"
Ceramic Tiles 60" x 102" Library at Granville Elementary School 146 participants 2005
345 ceramic tiles on wall, 333 participants Loudonville Elementary School 2005
Burnt Hills Library 72 participants Tiles, decals, glass , table 92" x 36" 2011
Poem tile raised writing on ceramic tile Saratoga Independent School 2008
Geyser Elementary School
Wall frieze: 133 ceramic tiles based on curriculum related themes Mechanicville Elementary School 2005
Ceramic tiles 6" x 6" each