SWC delivers a variety of community based mosaic projects that promote volunteering, art, local heritage and improve the quality of local spaces and services. We would like to extend this offer to wider services such as health and housing charities and associations.
Are you a local service that would like to engage your service users in creating a substantial piece of mosaic art to be displayed in your service? We are able to deliver community mosaic art projects on a very reasonable budget.
For more information contact Kim Porrelli – Mosaic Artist on 07950935226 or email Kim@savetheworldclub.org
What people say about our work….
“Absolutely stunning! I was amazed when I first walked by and wanted to touch it! x”
“Very Beautiful. The Town Needs Art.”
“Amazing. Brings about more colour to Kingston. Very Good.”
“This is absolutely lovely. It brightens up a really dingy spot – transforms it! Well Done.”
“This is a creative method of trying to tackle the graffiti problem!!!”
“These glorious mosaics enhance the town. I love ‘em. Keep it up!”
“My children and I were blown away by this wonderful work. Brightened our day.”
“This is great! It really cheers up the bridge having the mosaic, especially the mirrors.”
“What a splendid idea – cheerful & imaginative – more please! It’s great.”
“Wonderful community effort! More please.”
Previous Mosaic projects
Sadly the owners of the building in Castle Street, Kingston upon Thames have asked Save the World Club to remove the iconic Muybridge mosaic which is so loved by local people. This tribute to Kingston resident Eadweard Muybridge pioneer of cinematography was made by Save the World Club volunteers and can be seen on the cover of our Facebook page.…Read More »
This fabulous mosaic depicting three iconic buildings on the Kingston river front was made to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the John Lewis store there during 2010. More than 300 local people took part including 200 John Lewis partners, 16 young offenders, and many volunteers.
Led by Howard Grange and Jackie Mcintosh.…Read More »
A huge beautiful mosaic depicting scenes from Kingston and the surrounding area with a hint of fantasy. The project was instigated by Save the World Club to cover up a graffiti hotspot. Only three out of twelve have been installed so far as we are waiting for funds. As soon as we have them the rest will go up.…Read More »
Classmates of Melanie Kogelbauer, who died in July 2007 following a three-year fight against the illness, spent several months working on the project – a collection of her favourite things immortalised in a mosaic.
Mr Kogelbauer said: “It’s absolutely stunning – it’s amazing….. I cannot think of a better signature than this”.…Read More »