Diana Kersey

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Public Art for Millrace Bridge, San Antonio TX, approximately 208 square feet of ceramic artwork.
Completed Sept 2011.

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Eileen Pace of "The Source" interviewed Diana about the bridge for Texas Public Radio, it aired October 13, 2011.

Click here to listen

Click on this link to go to Paula Allen's history column in the San Antonio Express News that discusses the history of the Brackenridge Golf Course, as depicted in the ceramic panels.

Public Art for Mulberry Bridge, San Antonio TX, approximately 208 square feet of ceramic artwork. June 2011.

Images of Completed Mulberry Bridge

Below is a short video about the bridge produced by NowCastSA.org

Chandelier, approximately 25" wide, Private residence, San Antonio, TX
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"Hondo Clay" Kitchen Backsplash, approximately 35 total square feet. Private Residence, Hondo, Tx. 2009. Created as one large slab of clay, cut into puzzle-like sections, kiln fired, and installed using modern tile installation and grouting techniques.

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"India Flower" Kitchen Backsplash, approximately 72 square feet. Private Residence, San Antonio, Tx. 2008. Created as one large slab of clay, cut into puzzle-like sections, kiln fired, and installed using modern tile installation and grouting techniques.

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"Day of the Dead" Bar Backsplash, approximately 8 square feet. Private Residence, San Antonio, TX. 2007. Created as one large slab of clay, cut into puzzle-like sections, kiln fired, and installed using modern tile installation and grouting techniques.

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"Birds and Flowers" Kitchen Backsplash, approximately 30 square feet. Private Residence. Houston, TX. 2008. Created as one large slab of clay, cut into puzzle-like sections, kiln fired, and installed using modern tile installation and grouting techniques.

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"Bee" Kitchen Backsplash, approximately 16 square feet. Private Residence, Alamo Heights, TX. 2006. Created as one large slab of clay, cut into puzzle-like sections, kiln fired, and installed using modern tile installation and grouting techniques. Light pendents thrown on potter's wheel.

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