The Beginning of the End
The Beginning of the End

244 cm x 114 cm (96" x 57")
Tinted mortar, smalti, dalle de verre, china, stained glass, recycled glass tiles, gold smalti.
Completed in 2014.

Commissioned by ATB (Alberta Treasury Branch) for its headquarters.

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The End of the Beginning detail3.jpg
Tuscan Inspired Limestone Mosaic Floor
Tuscan Inspired Limestone Mosaic Floor

6’ x 9’ oval.
Custom hand-cut limestone and marble floor in contemporary traditional design.
Completed in 2016.

Private Commission.

Erin Pankratz- Zerbin Floor- side view.jpg
Floor Commision (Erin Pankratz-Smith).jpg
4. Erin Pankratz- Zerbin Floor- from above.jpg
Mosaika Escola de Arte Mural (Brazil)
Mosaika Escola de Arte Mural (Brazil)

135 cm x 520 cm (53" x 205")
Italian and brazilian smalti, gold, ceramic tile, china, tinted mortar.
2017
A collaboration with Cátia Usevicius Maia and Christian Pérès Gibaut.

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2017-06-24 16.08.47.jpg
2017-06-24 16.21.17-1.jpg
Everything Flows, Nothing Stands Still
Everything Flows, Nothing Stands Still

4.5 m x 9 m x 45 cm (14.7' x 29.5' x 1.5')
Mixed Media Mosaic with 3D buildings.
Completed in 2012.
Installed in the Edmonton International Airport.

1. Everything Flows Nothing Stands Still detail (Erin Pankratz-Smith).jpg
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2016-09-08 14.12.26.jpg
2016-09-08 14.14.36.jpg
2016-09-08 14.15.35.jpg
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)

A collaboration with Karen Klassen Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council for Dermott Park. 
Installation summer 2018; park opens 2019.

Work in progress shot.

Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)

A collaboration with Karen Klassen Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council for Dermott Park.
Installation summer 2018; park opens 2019.

Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)

A collaboration with Karen Klassen Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council for Dermott Park.
Installation summer 2018; park opens 2019.

Davies Station Ramp LRT Public Art Project
Davies Station Ramp LRT Public Art Project

Upcoming. A 47-metre-long mosaic will be installed on both sides of the LRT ramp structure.
Installation is slated for fall 2019.

Davies Ramp South- Erin Pankratz3.jpg
The Beginning of the End
The End of The Beginning detail.jpg
The End of the Beginning detail2.jpg
The End of the Beginning detail3.jpg
Tuscan Inspired Limestone Mosaic Floor
Erin Pankratz- Zerbin Floor- side view.jpg
Floor Commision (Erin Pankratz-Smith).jpg
4. Erin Pankratz- Zerbin Floor- from above.jpg
Mosaika Escola de Arte Mural (Brazil)
2017-06-24 16.00.33.jpg
2017-06-24 16.08.47.jpg
2017-06-24 16.21.17-1.jpg
Everything Flows, Nothing Stands Still
1. Everything Flows Nothing Stands Still detail (Erin Pankratz-Smith).jpg
2016-09-08 14.12.05.jpg
2016-09-08 14.12.26.jpg
2016-09-08 14.14.36.jpg
2016-09-08 14.15.35.jpg
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)
Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)
Davies Station Ramp LRT Public Art Project
Davies Ramp South- Erin Pankratz3.jpg
The Beginning of the End

244 cm x 114 cm (96" x 57")
Tinted mortar, smalti, dalle de verre, china, stained glass, recycled glass tiles, gold smalti.
Completed in 2014.

Commissioned by ATB (Alberta Treasury Branch) for its headquarters.

Tuscan Inspired Limestone Mosaic Floor

6’ x 9’ oval.
Custom hand-cut limestone and marble floor in contemporary traditional design.
Completed in 2016.

Private Commission.

Mosaika Escola de Arte Mural (Brazil)

135 cm x 520 cm (53" x 205")
Italian and brazilian smalti, gold, ceramic tile, china, tinted mortar.
2017
A collaboration with Cátia Usevicius Maia and Christian Pérès Gibaut.

Everything Flows, Nothing Stands Still

4.5 m x 9 m x 45 cm (14.7' x 29.5' x 1.5')
Mixed Media Mosaic with 3D buildings.
Completed in 2012.
Installed in the Edmonton International Airport.

Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)

A collaboration with Karen Klassen Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council for Dermott Park. 
Installation summer 2018; park opens 2019.

Work in progress shot.

Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)

A collaboration with Karen Klassen Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council for Dermott Park.
Installation summer 2018; park opens 2019.

Spring is Sprung, the Grass is Riz (I Wonder Where the Birdie is?)

A collaboration with Karen Klassen Commissioned by Edmonton Arts Council for Dermott Park.
Installation summer 2018; park opens 2019.

Davies Station Ramp LRT Public Art Project

Upcoming. A 47-metre-long mosaic will be installed on both sides of the LRT ramp structure.
Installation is slated for fall 2019.

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