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'
Division Street Elementary School 2018. 78” x 80”
Paper and mixed media on wood.
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