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Terra Incognita: Dabb, Kettering Dimit, Fisher, Hanansen and Sager Lynch at the Gallery at Penn College
25 Jul 2012
An absolutely splendid exhibit featuring five innovative American mosaic artists is currently on view at the Gallery at Penn College in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. “Terra Incognita” showcases multiple works from JeanAnn Dabb, Karen Kettering Dimit, Cynthia Fisher, Yulia Hanansen and Rachel Sager Lynch.
05 Nov 2012
Every edition of our newsletter, The Best of Mosaic Art NOW – affectionately known as […]
10 Aug 2010
From the Exhibition in Print 2010Bull’s Eye Sophie Drouin (Canada)28h x 33w x 6d inches […]
01 Jun 2013
The most exciting exhibit we saw in conjunction with the Society of American Mosaic Artist’s (SAMA) annual conference in Tacoma, WA last April was Transposition, a site-specific group show mounted at INScape – a former Immigration and National Services Building (INS). Curated by participating artists Jo Braun, Kate Jessup and Kelley Knickerbocker, Transpositions asked the 15 invited artists to consider the “liminal” nature of both the historical use of the building and the state of the mosaic medium.
10 Oct 2010
This morning Michael and I found this loving tribute to Bill written by our friend […]
03 Mar 2010
Ever wonder what goes through a juror’s mind when he/she is selecting works for an […]
13 Mar 2013
How wonderful. A venue for the Society of American Mosaic Artist’s (SAMA) annual member show, Mosaic Arts International, that is a perfect fit. Tacoma’s Museum of Glass (MOG) has all the right stuff to showcase contemporary mosaic splendidly. The internationally-known museum has the architecture and lighting to make mosaic literally and figuratively shine. More important, MOG has a natural kinship with mosaic through the medium of glass.
05 Apr 2014
“Shattering Expectations: Mosaic 2014″ showcases the vibrancy of the American mosaic scene by presenting multiple works by 8 artists in the monumental mosaic environment, Isaiah Zagar’s Magic Gardens in South Philadelphia.