"In Maggie Campbell's 35 year career she has worked for organisations as varied as international theatre companies, wildlife trusts and international environmental organisations, the BBC Visual Effects Department, Madame Tussauds and the South Bank Education Department. She is highly experienced in working in schools, with local authority departments and with voluntary and community organisations, ensuring that project participants create imaginative, individual and high quality work."

Nicky Stainton, Chief Executive, Creative Arts East

"Maggie Campbell has a regional reputation for delivering high quality creative learning experiences and imaginative outcomes with children of all ages, abilities and disabilities"

Anna Macathy, Arts Education Project Development Officer, Norfolk County Council


mosaic floor with animal designs

Mosaics are a very old and traditional method of decorating architecture usually on a wall or floor. They are made by inlaying small pieces of marble, glass or other materials.

Mosaic was commonly used by the Romans for their villas and by the Byzantines. It was revived in the 13th century by the Italians chiefly for the decoration of churches.

Decorative Roman patterns and animals are a very popular and versatile motif.



Wall mosaics can be installed on any external wall and range from 2 feet square upwards.mosaics with animal designs mosaic wall

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Mosaics can be applied to any sculptural form such as this 4 foot penguin at West Earlham Junior School.mosaic penguin sculpturepenguin mosaic sculpture