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butterflies dragonflies mosaic mural bright orange red yellow with turquoise blue green background commemorative memorial art by bay area mosaic artist sophia othman

23’x6′ Glass Mosaic Mural featuring dragonflies & butterflies, water, reeds.   50 year anniversary of the founding of Poverello House charitable organization.   This commemorative memorial mosaic mural honors the legacy of  Michael McGarvin, affectionately known as Papa Mike, founder of Poverello House.   Installed April 2023. 

10’x6.5′ Abstract Spiral Glass Mosaic Mural – Commissioned by Marin Academy High School.  Installed May 2023.  

26’x5′ Butterflies Glass Mosaic Mural – COVID19 Art Project.  Commissioned by the Piedmont High School Graduating Class of 2020.  Installed April 2022. 

Peacock Feather Bench – cast concrete sculpture with handmade ceramic tile mosaic.  Public art mosaic concrete sculpture for SolTrans. Installed July 2021.  

Phoenix Wildfire Mosaic – 6′ wide glass mosaic mural invoking the theme of regeneration and life rising from the ashes of California’s wildfires.  For Vallejo Community Arts Foundation.  Youth aged 7-14 years assisted with piecing the mosaic during VCAF Youth Summer Art Camp.

Oak Tree & Native Animals – 11′ high mosaic mural featuring handmade ceramic tile.  A school community built mosaic mural featuring the work of more than 400 students, teachers, staff, and parents at Marin Country Day School.  Installed August 2018.  

Flower Forest – glass mosaic mural 16’x9′ pieced with assistance from students at Hogan Middle School.  

Ocean Creatures – glass mural 14’x10′ depicting pelicans, ducks, fish, seal, geese, gulls, flying fish, coots, leopard shark, a mermaid, sardines, starfish, crabs, and scallops.  A community built mosaic art project that involved students and families of Grace Patterson Elementary School.  

Pebble and Glass and cast concrete fossil Mosaic for Playground Water Feature – Collaboration with artist Tom Arie Donch.  Large scale mosaic featuring pebbles, glass gems, cast concrete fossils, and shells.  Completed 2017.

Pelicans Flying Into Sunset – glass mosaic kitchen backsplash.  

Trio of Walnuts – Public Art Installation – grouping of three walnut concrete sculptures installed under a native Black Walnut tree along the bicycle path near UC Davis, Davis, California.   Each walnut is 20″ tall, for seating or as a whimsical play structure.

Dragonfly Fossil Rock Mosaic Bench – natural rock with faux geology glass mosaic, with vitreous glass, glass beads, pebbles and ceramic tile.  17″ tall.  

Dragon Mixed Media Mosaic – 6′ wide panel pieced with assistance of 4th grade students from Robert Semple Elementary School during Art Day 2016.  Mosaic includes stainless steel, fabrics, paper, handmade ceramic tile, acrylic paint.   

Spiral Tree of Life – glass mosaic mural 6’x2′.  Vitreous glass, stained glass, and glass gems.

Fairy Garden Mosaic Rock – memorial mosaic on concrete sculpture.  Handmade ceramic tile rose, leaves, butterflies, and fairy.  This was a memorial mosaic sculpture commission from students and colleagues of a beloved teacher.

Moon Tree Glass Mosaic – glass mosaic mural 6’x2′. 

A River Runs Through It – Tempered Glass Kitchen Countertop for outdoor kitchen.  Blue Green color reflects the creek running through the kitchen.  

Spirit Tree – ceramic tile mosaic tree of life garden art.  Repurposed ceramic tile, mirror, glass gems, tempered glass mosaic, and pebbles.  The mirror reflects the colors of the garden as they change with the seasons.  White and green chosen to represent the life energy or spirit of a tree.  

Triptych Tree Memorial Mosaic – a mosaic personality portrait of Koko Jaeger, to honor her memory among those who loved her when she walked this earth.  Ceramic tile and glass 9’x5′. 

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