Issaquah Alps Trails Club

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of The Issaquah Alps Trails Club, Cheryl Smith Mosaics set out to gather the community together to create a 3’x4’ recycled glass mosaic of the Issaquah Alps. Inspired by environmental watercolorist Claire Giordano of Claire’s Wanderings, Cheryl transformed Claire’s design into a striking mosaic made by 300 community members.

IATC’s mission is to engage the public to preserve, protect, and promote the land, wildlife, and trails of the Issaquah Alps for present and future generations. Through the mosaic project, environmental awareness was spread through the community participation and permanent installation.

Issaquah Salmon Hatchery

fish wall June 2019

City of Issaquah Unveiling Ceremony – August 2017

Building the Salmon Wall with Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery

 Issaquah Highlands YWCA

The 4 Seasons Tree of Life Mosaic is installed and ready for viewing by all in the community. It is a 4′ x 10′ wood framed recycled glass mosaic. The tree of life is symbolic of growth & hope-2 values that the YWCA demonstrates in their Family Village. The tree is a symbol everyone can relate to. It transcends all socio economic backgrounds, races and abilities. It is meant to be a bright spot in everyone’s day.

Good Samaritan Episcopal Church

Good Samaritan Episcopal Church 200 sq ft mosaic reredos wall. Reredos means “behind the alter.” Designed by Cheryl Smith. Created by Cheryl Smith and 30 volunteer members of the Good Samaritan Liturgical Arts Ministry. It took 18 months and over 50,000 pieces of stained glass to construct this masterpiece.

St. Andrews Episcopal Church

Bountiful Abundance Tree of Life Designed by Cheryl Smith. Created by the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Congregation & Cheryl-Seattle. 10″ x 6″

Sammamish EX3 Teen Center

The Boys & Girls Club Sammamish EX3 Teen Center Mosaic designed by Cheryl Smith. Created at the Teen Center grand opening by 400 members of the Sammamish community. 4’x4′
The Boys & Girls Club Sammamish EX3 Teen Center Giving Tree Donor Wall. Created by Cheryl Smith & Leslie Jeide.

City of Sammamish Progress Flag