This is the third volunteer project that I led Kings Mountain residents in Woodside
to create The Cookshack signage for the Kings Mountain Firehouse and Community Center.
The material expenses for this project were funded by the local fire brigade. This signage is hung
on top of the cookshack where it is used for the annual Kings Mountain Art Fair on Labor Day weekend event.
This project took three and a half days with 27 volunteers (me included).
Ceramic, fused glass
Dimensions: 28'(L) x 14"(H)
Kings Mountain Mosaic Project - March - May, 2011
For this project, the Kings Mountain community worked together to fund and create a beautiful
27’ x 2’ signage that reads “Phleger Station” and a 5’ x 9’ mural entitled “Hiking on Kings Mountain.”
Forty volunteers donated their time for seven weekends to complete this project, and the donors'names
are on hand-made ceramic leaves on the mural as a truly communal piece of art.
Read this article on Half Moon Bay Review Newspaper:
Mosaic Artist Brings Gift to Community
"Phleger Station" Signage
"Hiking on Kings Mountain" Mural
Mosaic Benches Project - June - July, 2009
Directed by Xuan My Ho, members of the Kings Mountain community completed and installed five elegant
mosaic benches and the Verizon pedestal on Sunday, July 12, 2009. It took six Saturdays, two Fridays,
one Sunday, and many supporters and 38 volunteers to complete this project.
Watch the fantastic volunteers working on this project!
And more information about Xuan's community project on the news is in this link:
Half Moon Bay Review article on Xuan and the mosaic benches