The CODAworx jury selected my “Florae” mosaics as a 2022 CODAawards Top 100 finalist.
Results of the People’s Choice Award will be announced in August.

This year, 406 entrants from around the world submitted their public artworks.

CODAworx, based in the U.S.A., is an online community for artists, design professionals, and industry resources. The community can showcase their work, collaborate with one another, and find the creative resources they need for future projects.

“Florae” consists of two large-scale ceramic mosaics and one colour digital print. The art glass appears on the windows above the station’s main entrance. The mosaics show the innovative use of hand-glazed ceramic tiles. These stationary wall works have a sense of movement and wind blowing seeds into the sky. Realistic depictions combine playfully with abstract interventions. This technique pushes the mosaic medium in a new direction. The architecturally integrated art glass appears above the entrance. The super enlargement of flowers expands into clouds and heavenly bodies. Mosaika of Montreal (Quebec) fabricated the mosaics, and Pulp Studio (California) produced the PIX imaging art glass.