We have been involved in a number of community based collaborative projects the results of which can be seen by following the links below.
Inspired by the Staines’ Mural (on display in Staines’ Library), students at Fairway’s Day Centre decided to make a mural depicting local landmarks and memorials in and around Egham.
In 2010 we bought back the tile obelisk and the bells from 2009, displayed as part of a wind chime. More people than ever came to see us and find thier master pieces decorated in previous years. We continued demonstrating the process of turning the Worthy farm clay into a beautiful slip and had some porcelain bells for visitors to decorate.
A Drop Of the Ocean returned to the Glastonbury festival for a third time in 2009, demonstrating our process of turning the clay collected from Worthy Farm into a stable and attractive slip.
Tile project 2008 and 2005 Festivals.
In 2008 we returned with the 300 tiles crafted by festival goers at the 2005 festival.
Please don't hestitae to contact us if you would like us to organise a similar project.
We have worked in a number of local schools on tile mural projects.
Mary was helped by artistic friends, Rosie, Mark, Lizzie, Tina, Ben and Heather to create whimsical and amusing beach art for the entertainment of fellow campers and cliff walkers at Caerfai Bay, Pembrokeshire. Watch out for more in 2009.