WHAT WE DO
Rachel Rodi Mosaics designs and creates site-specific mosaic installations for businesses, homes, public art and community projects. We specialize in large-scale installations and architectural mosaics. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, our company creates mosaics for civic organizations, parks, schools, corporations and private clients throughout the United States and abroad. We work closely with designers, architects, builders and diverse teams to design projects that become integral to a site, and connect with a community or environment through meaningful site-specific aspects.
We create mosaics on commission, on any scale, from towering murals to small tabletops. Most installations are created in our studio on fiberglass mesh sections, then installed on-site over a period of a few days. This process provides the least impact on the client's space and allows the client to preview the work before it is installed. Great care is taken to ensure the highest technical quality for every project. Our mosaics are both beautiful and long lasting - able to withstand harsh environments and heavy use areas.
If you are interested in commissioning a mosaic or discussing your project, contact us here. We'd be happy to talk with you!
Previous clients include: Trust for Public Land, UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco Parks Alliance, Levy Affiliated, Simon Premium Outlets, Skechers, T.B. Penick & Sons, Town of Danville, Marin County Parks, Richmond Friends of Recreation, Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center, Berkeley Unified School District, Life Learning Academy, Vallejo Community Arts Foundation, Youth Spirit Artworks, Friends of McLaren Park, Angelisse Karol Color and Design, and Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, alongside many local schools and private clients.
ABOUT RACHEL RODI
Originally schooled as a painter and ceramic sculptor, Rachel Rodi has been a practicing artist for over twenty five years. Prolific in her work, Rachel draws inspiration from the natural world, subtleties of color and light, organic forms, textiles, culture, and place. She strives to evoke a sense of positive power and possibility through her artwork and installations, and further connect people to each other and their environment. Rachel has designed and created over 50 architectural mosaics since 2004, including large scale murals, sculptures, water features and plazas, expertly fusing her painterly aesthetic, sculptors sensibility and technical skill into moving works of art.
Rachel graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1997 from Regis University, Denver with honors.
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