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Why Mosaic: Ann Gardner

On 05, Jun 2012 | No Comments | In Uncategorized | By Nancie

Fuse 9' x 11' x 20" Glass, composite, concrete, steel

“I use glass mosaic extensively because it infuses color and light into my sculptural work.”

Seattle-based artist Ann Gardner has earned critical acclaim for her sublime, elegant sculptural forms clad in mosaic tesserae that she makes herself.


“My glass mosaic catches light in a unique way, adding texture and complexity to a surface – it creates a shimmering skin.”

In this article first published in the 2010 edition of Mosaic Art NOW the magazine, Gardner freely shares her artistic goals and technical processes.

Links to Gardner’s website and additional articles on MAN can be found below.  Enjoy –  Nancie

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