Mosaic madness in Clevedon

A NEW piece of art will soon be taking pride of place at a Clevedon school.

A NEW piece of art will soon be taking pride of place at a Clevedon school.

Pupils and staff from St John the Evangelist School, in Fosse Way, have made a giant mosaic to represent the creation of the world.

Bristol artist, David Bowers, from Mosaic Madness, was invited into lessons to help with the artwork.

The mosaic features a large tree with hoards of animals, including an eagle, to represent the school's emblem and the artist even managed to incorporate a picture of Clevedon Pier.


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The impressive piece of art, which is made from broken tiles, will be hung in the entrance hall so it can be admired by the whole school.

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