Public art is an indication of a civilized society. From the earliest times great nations have sought to embellish public places with artistic decoration.
Since 1962, Kenneth Budd and from 1980 until recently his son Oliver designed, created and installed over three hundred major mosaics. "They enrich, enthrall and educate the passer-by. They are intriguing, sometimes amusing and always beautifully crafted.
Overall they are community landmarks, loved by the people whose history and lives they reflect." says Oliver.
A fully illustrated publication is available written by Oliver which examines the legacy in great detail. 'Budd Mosaics - The Public Art Mosaics of Kenneth & Oliver Budd'