Artyface works with schools, councils, businesses and the community to make murals, specialising in mosaics and ceramics. Maud is passionate about running intergenerational, multi-cultural inclusive workshops to make art that is accessible and open continuously to all, free of charge. Our projects on the streets of London look as good today as the first day they went up more than 15 years ago, and provide daily inspiration and access to art to all passers-by, enhancing daily life and bringing beauty to all.
Artyface is based at Trinity Buoy Wharf, East London, and in Walthamstow, the first London Borough of Culture but work all over London. Maud has a ceramics degree and has more than 25 years experience teaching art to everyone – from toddlers to pensioners.
Our mosaics are featured in The Monocle Guide to Better Living, page 75 (2013) one of 49 examples of ‘How to Improve Your City’.
The following short film shows Artyface at work, shot by Maud Milton and edited by Little Red Hen Films.