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The Language of Mosaic: A Word from Our Muses

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!

To Transform Emotions Into Colour: Giulio Menossi

10 Jul 2012

With the voice of a poet, Maestro Giulio Menossi speaks here about what inspires him […]

LATICRETE Presents: Lynne Chinn

26 Jun 2012

“Mosaic is mesmerizing and very much like life.  There is choice, judgment, magic, coordination, shaping, […]

Mosaics That Make Us Smile: Lynn Moor

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.

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.

Tiny Tragedies: Marcelo De Melo

27 Jun 2012

For those who would relegate contemporary mosaics to the “decorative arts” section of the library, museum or art appreciation course, we would submit the work of Marco de Melo. There is nothing pretty or decorative about it. On the contrary. It is often crude, awkward and somewhat difficult to look at. It is also edgy, thought provoking and very clear in its intent. Marco de Melo has a voice and he’s not afraid to use it.

To Work Without Fear: Yakov and Yulia Hanansen

20 Jun 2012

What can one generation pass down to the next? In this reprint from an article first published in the 2010 edition of Mosaic Art NOW the magazine writer Paul Anater interviews father and daughter mosaicists, Yakov and Yulia Hanansen.

PBS Documentary: “Treasures of New York: Art Underground”

15 Jul 2012

We are delighted to present WNET’s marvelous documentary “Treasures of New York:  Art Underground” (below) […]

Video of Ilana Shafir at RavennaMosaico 2011

27 Jun 2012

The voice over for this video may be in Hebrew, but the joy and magic […]

Cosmic Powers Earthly Flowers: Yulia Hanansen

20 Jun 2012

Exhibiting now at the Cooperstown Art Association in Cooperstown, New York is stained-glass mosaic artist […]

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