Angela and Lynda have worked with many schools and community groups to create unique and lasting pieces of art. Our experience as a teaching assistant and a Beaver Scout leader allow us to worked confidently with all ages and abilities to produce either individual mosaics or work together on larger collaborative installations. We are constantly expanding on the types and styles of mosaics we do and so can ensure that every project is unique and tailored to your requirements. 
 We are perfectly situated to work in Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham areas and TomatoJack Arts is covered by Public Liability Insurance, and both Lynda and Angela have enhanced DBS checks. 

If you would like to discuss a project please contact us or scroll down the page to see a selection of our previous projects.
Retirement Gift
Where: Uley C of E Primary School, Uley.
When: July 2017
Details: Every child and member of staff in the school placed a petal on this bird bath which was then given as a retirement gift to the school secretary.
Tyndale Monument Giant Bottle Top Mosaic
Where: North Nibley Music Festival
When: July 2017
Details: We created a giant bottle top mosaic of the Tyndale Monument  which overlooks the North Nibley Music Festival site. It looks fantastic in the sunshine on the Village Hall.
School Entrance Mosaic
Where: Bridge Farm Primary School, Bristol.
When: February 2017
Details: A front entrance mosaic created by us and based on the school's logo.
Scouts/Beavers and Brownies Mosaics
Where: Berkeley Scout Hut, Berkeley.
When: 2016 and 21017
Details: The Scouts and Brownies created mosaic versions of their badges whilst the Beavers made mosaic vegetables to brighten up their veg plot!   
Year 6 Leavers Mosaic
Where: Berkhampstead School, Cheltenham.
When: November 2016
Details: Year Six made a wonderful leaving present for their school showing the many aspects of school life with the school logo and motto at the centre.
EPIC Welcome Mosaics
Where: Springbank Primary School, Gloucester.
When: October 2016
Details: Gifted and talented pupils in art from throughout the school made two magnificent mosaics to adorn their school entrance.  
Mad Hatter's Teapot
Where: North Nibley Music Festival.
When: July 2016
Details: For a third time we were invited to this fabulous and friendly festival where we created, with the help of dozens of festival goers, a magical mad teapot made from broken crockery and ornaments.
School Reception Area Mosaic
Where: Carrant Brook Junior School, Tewkesbury.
When: March 2016
Details: Carrant Brook Junior School asked the children to illustrate their core values and aims: Aspiration, Inspiration, Responsibility, Caring, Resilience and Confidence.  Working in small groups, Years 3 and 4 created the mosaic over 2 whole days.   
North Nibley Music festival Guitar
Where: North Nibley Music Festival
When: July 2015
Details: During this fabulous and friendly festival, we created (with the help of dozens of festival goers) a magnificent 12 foot long guitar made from broken up vinyl records, cds, light bulbs and recycled kitchen tiles!   
Heron School Mosaic Panels
Where: Heron Primary School, Gloucester.
When: June 2015
Details: Heron Primary School's 400 pupils took part in making this mosaic! The children's designs illustrate the school's ethos and drivers. Key stage 1 children created the border reflecting the school colours whilst key stage 2 children completed the rest of the mosaics over 5 days.   
Garden Mosaic
Where: North Nibley Primary School.
When: May 2014
Details: We created two mosaic panels depicting the school houses: earth, fire, air and water. The panels were an intrinsic part of a new outdoor classroom and garden area. Every child in the school participated in making the mosaics.   
Brownies Campsite Mosaic
Where: Girl Guide County Campsite, Deer Park, Cirencester
When: April 2014
Details: As part of the 100 year celebration of the Brownies, we took part in a weekend of activities with 800 Brownies from all over Gloucestershire. In just two hours the girls and their leaders produced an amazing mosaic sign for their County Camp site.   
Easter Mosaic
Where: St Mary's Church, Berkeley.
When: March 2013
Details: Young people from the youth group 'Diversity' came together for two workshops at the TomatoJack Arts studio to help create a fantastic mosaic celebrating the Easter message.
2012 Olympics Mosaic
Where: Berkeley Primary School
When: June 2012
Details: A whole school mosaic created to celebrate the 2012 Olympics! The design features a silhouette of the skyline of Berkeley as well as Olympic sports that the children take part in at school.   
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