13 Oct 2012
In 2011, LATICRETE sponsored the Exhibition in Print, MAN’s international competition juried by celebrated art […]
29 Aug 2012
Professor Iliya Iliev, Chief of the Department of Mural Painting, Mosaics and Stained Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria has been exploring the possibilities of mosaics for over 30 years. Classically trained in both art and architecture, Iliev’s mosaics exploit both of these doctrines. His work is unmistakeable; always organic, always ordered by a geometry that gives wings to his eclectic materials. We asked Iliev to answer the question: Why mosaic? Why not painting or sculpture? His response is below.
16 Jun 2012
Sometimes you just need a smile. When we needed one the other day, we remembered Lynn Moor’s delightful interpretations of artworks from the Permanent Collection of the Children’s Museum of New York City.
10 Jan 2012
This is a quick post to let MAN readers know about the February 3rd deadline […]
22 Sep 2012
In 2011, LATICRETE sponsored the Exhibition in Print, MAN’s international competition juried by art dealer […]
02 Aug 2012
Attention class! Miss Marble (aka Lillian Sizemore) has spotted a wordy trend in contemporary mosaic and she’s going to use it to give us a great lesson in the “grammar” of mosaic. The good news is, there is no pop quiz at the end, so all you have to do is enjoy!
09 Apr 2012
We are thrilled to announce that Apple’s iPad App of the Year, Flipboard, has […]
08 Sep 2012
In 2011, LATICRETE, Int. sponsored the Exhibition in Print, our international competition juried by art […]
26 Jun 2012
“Mosaic is mesmerizing and very much like life. There is choice, judgment, magic, coordination, shaping, […]
29 Jan 2012
There is very good news for mosaic lovers around the world today. The mosaicatlas.com […]