A round up of UNIQUE CERAMIC TILE spotted over the past several months. Mostly London, one from Paris, enjoy!
Why I might start taking sugar in my coffee…
A beautiful use of technology, dance, light, geometry = body+soul from the Japanese dance troupe, Enra. Pure MAGIC…
The”Brotherhood of Man” a 1968 mosaic mural by artist Anthony Stellon is now re-located but the mural’s original site was the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center and Pool, and the funding has roots in a terrific Hollywood backstory!
UPDATE: “Brotherhood of Man” mosaic mural by Anthony Stellon has been restored and re-sited! A seven year journey from discovery of the work in an outdoor storage area to its beautiful new setting at Franklin Square Park. Thanks to all who helped bring the important work back into public service!
I moved to London a week ago. One warm and sunny afternoon, I had to get outdoors, so I set out in no particular directionand stumbled upon The Shepherdess Walk >>
Josef Albers is the Artist’s definitive source for understanding Color.
Brain Pickings presents an excellent book review on 5oth anniversary of Albers’ “Interaction of Color”.
Vintage Views: Making vintage imagery accessible and fun, the Gittery GIFs from the New York Public Library
Video mosaic moments from recent Society of American Mosaic Artists exhibitions…
RADIO: Listen in to the backstory on the modernist Petroleum Club mosaic, interview with Lillian Sizemore and Greg Johnson by Kevin Ferguson of KPCC
Setting the Mood: Handsome Hollywood Star Narrates the film “The World of Mosaic”. Presentation for Society of American Mosaic Artists. Please join me at SAMA, Saturday, April 13. 2:30 PM at Tacoma Convention Ctr.
Thar’s Oil in Them Thar Walls. Vintage mosaic mural discovered, but who dunnit? New article by Lillian Sizemore for Mosaic Art Now.
A 12th-century multitasking, visionary nun receives spontaneous transmissions from the beyond, channels mystical illuminations, and sets the stage for today’s feminist and environmental movements. Now a major motion picture! See the mandalas and trailer here.
Originally posted on a elegância das coisas:
A casa da minha mãe tem o piso da varanda feito com esse mosaico como tantas outras casas paulistas dos anos 40/50 . Eu amo o piso de caquinhos de cerâmica vermelhos salpicado de cacos? pretos e amarelos. Descobri um texto que conta a história dessa moda.…
More mosaic pops up in Hoxton!