Particulate MATTER – new video slideshow

Particulate Matter: The tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object…

Elemental and intimate details from original mosaic works, caught my eye at a number of exhibitions and tours during the Society for American Mosaic Artists 2013 Conference held in Tacoma/Seattle, Washington. One ground breaking exhibition was “TRANSPOSITION”, a site-responsive exhibition showcasing the work of fifteen artists from the Americas whose work is work grounded in the mosaic medium on view at Inscape. Another, was “Northwest Mosaic Today”, an invitational exhibition of artwork by fifteen artists from Washington and Oregon on view at Tacoma Public Library’s Handforth Gallery. Additional works were found during the Seattle mosaic bus tour, expertly researched by Richard Davis and finally, at the Museum of Glass, “Mosaic Arts International” featured the work of 47 artists from seven countries.

Photos by Lillian Sizemore

All artworks shown in this slideshow remain the copyright of the Artists.

watch in FULL SCREEN – Sound ON – give it time to load – run time about 2 minutes

please enjoy!

10 Responses to “Particulate MATTER – new video slideshow”
  1. Nancie Mills Pipgras says:

    Brilliant! You know I am going to splash this all over the place. Someday you must tell me how you do this-what program you use. I want to get savvy with video for MAN

    You are amazing.

    Sent from my iPad

  2. Archetile says:

    Nice work Lillian! Miss you.. Hope all is well.

    Xoxo Karen

    Sent from my iPad

  3. Uber cool mosaic mashup! I’ll be sharing with Mosaic Art NOW folks. Great stuff, Lillian.

  4. Jenny Allport says:

    Amazing video, amazing mosaic work ! Thank you.

  5. zizzlah says:

    I love seeing these pieces through your eyes, Lillian!

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