As a design graduate specialising in 2-dimensional glass mosaic sculptures I’m well known on the Sculpture Show Circuit. My work is especially designed for all outdoor spaces but my greatest love is for all gardens small and large.
I encompass mosaic in the widest possible sense with colour in a diverse style, reflecting many moods with texture, patterns and light. The work can range from the most delicate to the large and bold.
When looking at all spaces that change through the seasons. It is important to have work that can also be moved to change the mood of that space.
Changing a space is the greatest challenge to an artist and I work to these three basis principles Dark to light; bare to the Intriguing and Ordinary to the Individual.
My work seeks to be originally creatively uplifting and brings long lasting delight.
Work at recent Exhibition
About Katie Green:
I graduated from University in 1979 and since then have had a long fasination with Mosaics of all styles.
For the last 11 years I’ve been working with many different shapes, always stretching the possibilities of ‘what a piece of glass can become’.
The glass I work with come from many parts of Europe and USA and I also use old and recyled glass.
I have also had the opportuity to teach all methods in the Art of Mosaic in college and school.
I enjoy exhibiting my work at many different venues.
My work has been shown in Galleries/ Artspace/ Sculpture Shows and Parks across the country.
I have also shown at venues such as the Henley Festival.
As an established glass mosaic sculpter……I like nothing more than the enjoyment my work brings to my clients.
The many delighted letters I get are a testament to that.
My pieces have been bought to mark many different occasions as well as by collectors.
Although my work is not for mass market because of the labour intense time each peice takes to create.
It is however as commerial as possible.So widening my client base as broad as possible.
To view some of the many different styles sizes of my work please continue to the Gallery.
If you have any questions about the work please feel free to E-Mail me.