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Dixon Studio creates mosaics for indoor or outdoor use, to be installed on walls or in floors. As with other materials, the studio can design in contemporary or traditional styles, as well as abstract, symbolic, or figurative subject matter in this medium.
Recent installations include an archway of adoring angels in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia; five symbol panels in the floor of the center aisle at the old St. Alban's Episcopal parish church in Washington, DC; and a collaborative project with Sr. Lois Schaeffer, OP, for the reredos at St. Rita's Catholic Church in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Images at left:
11' high exterior mosaic
of Our Lady of Guadalupe
at San Sebastian Catholic Church
in St. Augustine, Florida, 2007
In most cases, the mosaics are designed by Ronald Neill Dixon. His full size, full color drawings are then shipped to Italy where skilled craftsmen faithfully replicate his work in tiles. These are then shipped back to the States in sections and installed on site by studio installers.
The studio can also replicate specific devotional images or symbols, as was the case with the Guadalupe mosaic.
at left: original rendering for a mosaic
of the Divne Mercy
designed by Ronald Neill Dixon
and installed at
Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
in Washington, DC, 2006.
relocated to Marian Scholasticate
when the property was sold to the
Knights of Columbus.
above: detail of chapel mosaic
at St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church
in Richmond, Virginia, 2005
See the full angel mosiac on the Interior Design page.