Scupltural Ceramics, Murals & Mosaics
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 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 2018 A mosaic of porcelain and glass, inspired by the sacrament of baptism and some of the building's original architectural features. Bubbles represent water, teardrops represent oil and fish represent life. Installed in Knock Parish Church, County Mayo. ...
November 2017 My mosaic mural 'Growing Up' at Temple Carrig School, Greystones got mentioned in the Design section of the Irish Arts Review magazine. (A pdf of the page is available here.) This page is extracted from the Winter 2017 edition of the Irish Arts Review....
2016 Repairs to the roof of Busaras - Aras MacDiarmada
2016 This commission was intended to create a sense of ownership and reclamation for the teenagers of the town in relation to a public park that had become a ‘no go area’ There were thirty teenage participants and other family members were curious and came along to...
2016/2017 Growing Up The inspiration for this was local woodlands of Birch and Beech and how light filters through to the forest floor. This installation stands 10m high (3m wide) in the central core of the Temple Carraig School in Greystones and was made possible by...