Scupltural Ceramics, Murals & Mosaics Artist
One goes through so many changes in one’s life that you begin to recognise patterns. Patterns and cycles are invested with energy and movement through a process of recognition linked to form, colour and the fragmentation of light on surfaces.
The movement and experiences of collection and gathering of lines found in natural phenomena is an influence which gradually extends the language of a piece of work.
Inherent in my work is an obsession with primal forces generated by life, dreams and their consequences.
Laura O’Hagan is an Irish artist who produces sculptural ceramics, murals, 2D and 3D mosaics for exterior and interior, for private individuals and corporate clients.
Laura’s Recent Work
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May - November 2019 In conjunction with Irish furniture design company Pemara Design I produced a mosaic designed mirror for display at Venice Design 2019.
December 2019 In December I did the final installation of a mosaic restoration to the entrance of Quirk's Chemist in Castlecomer. The mosaic is an example of a circa 1920 / 1950 shopfront mosaic. The images below show the beginnings of the work and the final product...
June 2019 This mosaic is on the Dundrum Church grounds (behind the bus stop) - a little oasis for anyone to sit and dream. The original sketch was inspired by the desire to help anyone feeling down to escape from the dark, seeing that little chink of light. It was...
February 2018 In February I held a Mosaic Workshop at my workshop in Delgany, County Wicklow. There was an enthusiastic crowd of budding mosaic artists in attendance and many great pieces were produced. I'll be having another one on Saturday 13th April. Contact me at...
January 2019 Chalk pastels life drawing on paper - from working sketch to complete. I decided to kick the year off with a personal project.
May 2018 “Seaside Memories” in porcelain swirls and hand-painted ceramic mosaics. Made to provide a relaxing vibe in a garden courtyard.