21 Nov 2014
Association les 3Rs, the organization which produces the biennial Les Recontres des Internationales de Mosaïque de Chartres (International Mosaic Encounters in Chartres), has announced the winners of the 2014 Prix Picassiette Prizes. The event is a marvelous mash-up that places accomplished masters next to enthusiastic newcomers in the sublimely beautiful Chapelle du Lycée Fulbert.
06 Dec 2012
Work by Federico Uribe, Duke Riley and Sarah Frost at Art Basel Miami 2012.
16 Apr 2012
He likened the way a mosaicist works to how Cezanne selected brush strokes for his […]
17 Nov 2010
Sometimes, the Google Gods are kind and relentless clicking turns up something unique and inspiring. […]
31 Jul 2014
“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” Jorge Luis Borges. Currently on view at the stunning National Library of Latvia at Riga is “BiblioMosaico”, 34 mosaic interpretations of The Book.
07 Jun 2012
Pablo Picasso – the Cote d’Azur in the 1950s – an enchanting younger lover – and mosaics. Historian, educator and artist Lillian Sizemore has put together all the elements of yet another marvelous mosaic mystery – the missing mosaics of Pablo Picasso. MAN is very excited to publish this intriguing story about how one of the 20th century’s most influential artists explored the mosaic medium.
20 Dec 2010
UPDATE: ”Walls Speak” is on view at the Museum of Biblical Art in New York […]
23 Mar 2013
Miss Marble, Lillian Sizemore, goes deep into the heart of Los Angeles to solve another mosaic mystery – this one drenched in Texas Tea. (Oil, that is. Black Gold . . .)
19 Apr 2012
Mosaic sleuth Lillian Sizemore (aka Miss Marble) tracks down the origins of a mystery mid-century mosaic in Milan, Italy.
18 Dec 2010
We were thrilled this year to discover Hildreth Meiere, one of the most influential and […]