Laura O’Hagan
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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St Mel’s Cathedral, Longford

St Mel’s Cathedral, Longford

2015 The work at St. Mels Cathedral was a combination of contemporary mosaic and restoration/conservation works after a major fire that completely destroyed the building. The Baptismal Font mosaic 'Spring Waters' welcomes one into this beautiful space. The colours and...

Memorial to Maeve Binchy

Memorial to Maeve Binchy

2014 A gently humorous mosaic to Maeve including a quotation from her and also the Gordon Snell Rose. The memorial can be visited at the Dalkey Library garden.   [justified_image_grid max_rows=5 load_more=on ids="48257,48256,48255"...

National Gallery of Ireland

National Gallery of Ireland

2013-2017 In order to connect the new inner and out floor levels of the National Gallery we lifted the marble mosaic floor (originally laid in 1902) in 2013 and relaid it at the end of the renovation in 2016/2017. The floor was laid back at a slight angle avoiding...

Bealtaine – Make a Mosaic

Bealtaine – Make a Mosaic

2012 The twenty-five people involved in this participatory project were all over 50 years of age and from varying backgrounds and nationalities. The National Museum of Ireland led the Bealtaine project as part of the festival and the Education department invited me to...