Nikki Inc Mosaics

I use the direct method, which involves the tile being placed face-up directly onto the board, before grouting. Each mosaic is custom framed with my own rustic, wooden frame.

​I joined the Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation family in 2009 and taught a number of popular mosaic and lightweight concrete sculpture classes for adults and children. I now hold private workshops for both adults and children at my home studio.



Nikki Murray-mason



​I am a mosaic artist based in Bermuda creating textured mosaic art.

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I focus mainly on flora in my work, finding inspiration through my garden. The rich, vibrant colours and the feminine, delicate flowers inspire my own interpretation of what I see.  I aim to capture the subject in 3D, which involves either layering the mosaic tile, or using crockery to create a flower-like shape. I like to make the flower protrude so that it is more visually interesting and perhaps challenges perceived notions about mosaic art as just broken tile and glass. 
In January 2013 I won the People’s Choice Award for the 2012 John Charman Prize at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. See Special Projects for more pictures.


And, in April 2013 I was commissioned by The Reefs Hotel in Bermuda to mosaic an industrial sized, stainless-steel, pizza oven. See Special Projects


Originally from Somerset in England, I am married to Hugh and have two daughters Francesca and Daisy.

​My work is currently displayed and available for purchase in Bermuda at:
- The Reefs Hotel
- The Windjammer II Gallery
- Muse Skybar & Restaurant

- Watford Re Reception Area

- Bermuda Society of Arts 


In 2010 I was commissioned for an outside mosaic mural for a private home in Bermuda.


In March 2012 I attended a professional development, community-based mosaic workshop facilitated by Laurel True, a public artist educator and community organiser specialising in large-scale and site-specific mosaic projects. Within the weekend workshop I assisted in setting and completing a community project for the Brooklyn New School and the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies.

Mosaic workshop community project