Emma's wildlife mosaics provide a small platform for critically endangered species threatened by habitat loss, human conflict and disease. She promotes awareness via competitions/exhibitions, donating a percentage of each sale to wildlife charities. She portrays character / fragility of movement with every tuft of hair or ruffled feather cut with precision. Handmade glass fused pieces add personality. Workshops take place in Emma's Somerset studio and externally, sharing the love and skill of the mosaic art form. Contact Emma for sales enquiries here
Since 2019 Emma has been a finalist in the global Arts initiative Explorers Against Extinction. In 2020 "Pygmy Raccoon" was Runner-Up for The Artist Award. In 2022 her Hooded Vultures mosaic was awarded Highly Commended, just one of a few selected from 3000 global entries.
Emma Abel of abelmosaics
Maltfield Farm, Wedmore
Somerset BS28 4TR
074 111 07916
abelmosaics supports EdenGreenspace, an environmental organisation devoted to restoring our planet, bringing together the most effective projects from around the world, including
🌳 Planting trees
🌊 Removing toxic ocean plastic
🌻 Rewilding barren landscapes
With each mosaic sold, Eden Greenspace will plant ten trees in Madagascar, Nepal or Kenya.
10% of each mosaic sale is donated to the following wildlife charities to raise vital funds for conservation initiatives. Whether it be protecting natural habitats, helping local communities minimise human / wildlife conflict or supporting anti-poaching campaigns.
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust American Bird Conservancy Asian Wild Cattle / Chester Zoo
Iranian Cheetah Society Philippine Tarsier Foundation Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
International Crane Foundation Wildlife Trust of India Twycross Zoo (F&F)
Marmot Recovery Foundation Rewilding Europe
Wild Cats Conservation Alliance Birdllife International