me Mosaic is becoming ever more popular both as an art form.

Age: 60
Hometown: broadstairs
Accepts Commissions: Yes
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Background and Lifestyle

Marital Status Married
Smoker No
Drinker Yes
Education Self Taught
Children Proud parent

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BiographyMartin Cheek graduated in graphic design from Exeter College of Art & Design in 1981. Having made award winning films as a student, he subsequently worked on several puppet animation projects including ‘The Wind in the Willows’ ‘Paddington Bear’ ‘Noddy in Toyland’ and ‘Portland Bill’. He then set up his own production company Cheeky Films Ltd. For many years Martin wads a part time lecturer at the Royal College of Art. He is a former art critic for the Daily Express and now works full time as a professional mosaic artist. You can also view Martin’s work by visiting his website:
InterestsMartin is regularly commissioned by both private and corporate clients as well as by museums. His work also appears in leading National magazines and newspapers as well as on television. His weekend courses in the UK and abroad continue to be popular with students from all over the world keen to learn the art of making mosaic. Over 1200 people have now attended Martin’s courses.
BooksMartin Cheek. Mosaic Craft. Collins & Brown, 2007. Martin Cheek. The Art of Mosaic: Design & Inspiration. New Holland, 2002. Martin Cheek. Making Mosaics. New Holland, 2000. Martin Cheek. Design Source Book: Mosaics. New Holland, 1998. Martin Cheek. Mosaics in a Weekend. New Holland, 1997. Leslie Dierks (Ed.), Martin Cheek (Tech. Advisor). Mosaic. Sterling / Lark, 1995. Miranda Innes, Martin Cheek (Tech. Advisor). ‘Country Living’ Craft Supplement 1995. Miranda Innes, Martin Cheek (Tech. Advisor). Decorative Frames. Collins & Brown, 1995. Peggy Vance, Martin Cheek (Tech. Advisor). The Mosaic Book, Ideas Projects and Techniques. Conran Octopus, 1994.

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cynthia02 How is your day....... I saw your profile at and some thing about you move my intress to comminicate with you so how is life treating you. Please i want you to use this email address to write me back( so that i can give you my picture and tell you more about me ok.stay cool and enjoy your self.kisesssssssssss Yours lovely Cynthia

Lime ( Deleted user )

Wwonerful and Beauti is Your Work me.

4artist ( Deleted user )

Beautiful detailing wonderful viewing your work.

Monyaneba ( Deleted user )

These are amazing! I'll have to check out your website soon. Arnisha

CreateReality ( Deleted user )

Wow, this is great. I love it. This must be wonderful to loose yourself in. Good job.


Hi Me! You have wonderful works! I hope that it appreciates my works!


Your mosaics are the best I've seen. Wonderful work, Robbie.


Okay, I'm going to go color now to make myself feel better. Wow! Your work blows me away!


Greetings - great work of mosaic...


I with pleasure have got acquainted with your creativity. I shall be glad to show you my ENAMEL MOSAIC and to receive your response. Andrey


wow super duper


Hi, don't forget to email your friends about your new My Art Profile URL! Send them a link to your new page


WOW!!!!Your artwork takes my breath away, gorgeous!!!!!!!!!Toni


me..your mosaics are very nice.welcome...eds


Ciao Martin.....On this page click 'my profile'.....then on the next page click the name of your gallery you want to add to.....At the top of your gallery page you will see 'Add Artwork' button.....If you get stuck leave a message here and the next passer-by will assist you (or Sarah)! I'll be back to take a look at your collection later! Dino


Hi - I've recently joined thsi site - struggling to add more images! Martin


Hi me, Can I help? This is a Free Forum for people like us to communicate about our passion of Art in whatever form. We are free to promote our own websites & commissions to Art lovers around the world. This website does all the advertising so we don't have to. In addition the more contacts you make in the industry the more popular we become as Artists in turn more people will show an interest in our Public Exhibitions. Keep in touch with everyone! X