Mosaic Sculpture – Darling Daisy – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Darling Daisy, Countess of Warwick.
Commissioned by Gardens of Easton Lodge, Great Dunmow.
Made entirely from objects unearthed from the gardens during restoration.

Anne was the gardens first artist in residence and curator of the Gardens sculpture trail.


Mosaic Sculpture – angel cow – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Residency at Kunstsymposium, Thuringen, Germany
Made using objects donated by villagers – crockery, jewellery, mirror, coins


Mosaic Sculpture – Turtle dove – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Made for Twelve days of Christmas exhibition at Firstsite Gallery.
Crockery, shattered glass
Private collection


Mosaic Sculpture – Kuppa Bird (Harold) – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Part of Love London Recycled sculpture show at London Zoo 2008


MosaicWheelbarrow – shattered glass – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Part of Residency at Writtle College. Wheelbarrow and shattered bus shelter glass


Mosaic watering can – shattered glass – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Part of Residency at Writtle College. Wheelbarrow and shattered bus shelter glass


Mosaic Sculpture – Prithvi – The Mother Goddess – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Cow made for Bollywood exhibition at Shire Hall Gallery,Stafford
Made using shattered glass, crockery, buttons, jewellery and indian mirrors


Kuan yin mosaic detail – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Goddess Kuan Yin created for BAMM exhibition “Inspired by Rome” at Fishbourne Roman villa.


Hathor Mosaic – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Goddess Hathor created for “Inspired by Rome” BAMM exhibition at Fishbourne Roman villa
Crockrey, glass, mixed media


Mosaic spoons – Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Part of residency at Arts Reverie, Gujarat, India

Indian bangles and mirror


Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

Much of my work has been created in response to our disposable society. If an object is slightly damaged, it is thrown away rather than repaired and then quickly replaced. Materials such as broken china and old teapots, shattered bus shelter glass and buttons are all incorporated within my work. By adorning discarded, functional objects I transform the readymade, pushing “junk” into a fine art context. The metamorphosis of the ordinary into the extraordinary continues to fascinate me. Anne Schwegmann-Fielding

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