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James Bay Four Corners Mosaics by Sandra Millott


James Bay Four Corners Mosaics by Sandra Millott
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Description

Artwork DescriptionTwo mosiacs, one of a boat scene and one of mermaid.
Artwork StatementThe Boat Mosaic is a 3.5x4 foot unglased porcelain mosaic made for the James Bay Community as a beautification project. It resides in the sidewalk at the corner of Menzies and Toronto Streets. The Mermaid Glass Mosaic was made for the James Bay Community Association. It is at the corner of Menzies and Simcoe Streets.

About Sandra Millott

Artist BioVictoria's mosaic artist Sandra Millott incorporates fusion and kiln-cast glass into her designs to create unique visual elements. Her career spans over 25 years in ceramics and gass. With work in numerous private and public collectsion in Canada and the US, Millott's distinctive style is applied to installations and the refinement of her signature glass-casting techniques.
Artist Resume1985, BFA: Nova Scotia College of Art & Design
Artist Websitewww.sandramillott.com

Details

Artwork TypeMosaic
MediumBoat: unglazed porcelain / mermaid: glass mosaic
DimensionsBoat: 3.5' x 4' / mermaid: 2' x 7'
Reference #3762
SiteJames Bay Four Corners, Simcoe, Menzies & Toronto intersection
Art CategoryCommunity Public Art
Selection ProcessCivic: Invitational / Commissioned
Municipality/NeighbourhoodVictoria: James Bay

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