The Education Art Prize 2017
Cleo Mussi is best known for producing creative, often witty mosaic art displays. Exhibited in the UK and abroad, her work often involves a high level of detail and a process that includes a large variety of mixed materials, often recycled, ranging from reclaimed ceramic to printed fabrics.
A seasoned exhibitor, Cleo displays her work throughout the year and is well known for her solo touring installations ‘The Crowd’, ‘A~Z- a hand book’ and ‘Pharma’s Market’- A livestock and produce show’.
These installations often involve large pieces made of up to one hundred individual elements.
Taking inspiration from a range of cultures and forms, Cleo’s work often involves references to fashion, travel and commerce as well as representing stories inspired by the medium itself through the combination of ceramics from all over the world.
In addition to these achievements, Cleo has also worked on a large number of commissions created for public spaces, including corporate work for the John Lewis Partnership and the BBC Asian Network in Leicester.
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2017 Education Art Prize Finalists