“I’ve got something to say”, a project organised by the Staffordhsire Partnership aimed to develop the communication skills of young people. By reproducing their photographs onto canvas PINGOART visually represented what young people wanted to say.
“The canvases were excellent and Sharon’s commitment to the project went way beyond what I expected of her. I can unreservedly recommend her talent and artwork to anyone.” Andrew Galletley, Staffordshire Partnership
“Symbol City” commissioned by Stoke Youth Service, explored the MENCAP “Make it Clear” campaign. PINGOART produced canvases depicting images, made in clay, representing a city, illustrating the life experiences of disabled young people and the communication difficulties they face each day.
“The energetic, inspiring and professional workmanship of PINGOART is displayed in the fantastically created final products.” Denise O’Sullivan, Artist, Symbol City, 2007
PINGOART was commissioned by Staffordshire University to design and produce the 2007 Diversity Awards, promoting and celebrating diversity.
"It was a pleasure to work with such an enthusiastic and professional person. The final product was a high-quality, original and stimulating design that met all our specifications, exceeded our expectations and skilfully reflected the University culture. The beautifully crafted awards were made with environmentally-friendly products and were delivered on time and on cost. I have no hesitation in recommending PINGOART as a source of inspirational designs and excellent quality products." Clare Ridgley. Equality and Diversity Manager Staffordshire University