Public Works and Commissions

Litchfield Pedestrian Underpass

Currently Vickie is working on new Litchfield Park logo mosaics and hundreds of round orange tiles for the new Litchfield Pedestrian Underpass near the Wigwam in Litchfield Park, Arizona.

Kroc South Mountain Community Center

The six mosaic panels were installed at the  Kroc South Mountain Salvation Army Community Center May 2012.  Vickie worked on the Kroc South Mountain Community Center project making tiles with the Rose Linda school children, area families and volunteers who came to her studio for two years.  See the ongoing progress of the children and volunteers making the tiles for the mosaic in Vickie’s blog.

 

Coming Together: Phoenix Children’s Hospital

All of the tiles are handmade and no two are the same. Each tile represents each individual who works at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. There are objects representing where people have been and where they are going.
There are the Beads of Courage representing the children who come for care. Starting at the fingertips down through the center of the hand you see movement and motion of the individuals on their own journey of Caring, Leadership and Excellence.  Sometimes there are clusters of individuals and children, each making their contribution. Often, you experience a path of similar people circling and moving in and out of other activities. All are contributing and are held in the heart of the hand Coming Together to make a difference.  Actual size 52″ x 52″
mosaic, travertine, gold leaf, mosaic artist, Vickie Morrow, Scottsdale, AZ

Residential mosaic

Anderson Home in Silverleaf, DC Ranch, Scottsdale Arizona. Mosaic Designed for Tuscan style outdoor living room using 1″ onyx, travertine, marble and gold leaf tiles.  Frame and trim are travertine and cantera stone to match the existing home details.