Online mosaic exhibition…just for you!

Photo’s can never do mosaics justice…its all about texture, touch and reflectivity and its hard to capture these elements in pictures. Nonetheless, here’s a snapshot (pardon the pun!) into my first solo exhibition which ran for two weeks and finished on December 11th. My ‘real’ visitors book is full of wonderful comments, a testament to […] Read more...

Celebrating….big achievements, small steps and possibilities!

October and November… …made about 30 new pieces of wall art, 30 items of jewellery, 15  3-d mosaic pieces …designed and distributed over 1000 postcards and 200 posters advertising my first solo show …sent a multitude of emails and forum posts to tell people about it ..worked 12 solid hours setting up the gallery Five […] Read more...

On crafting, mosaic exhibition prep and snowy London!

Snow is coming to South London tonight – the first time in decades that we have had snow in November. Just in time for the first day of my mosaic exhibition!  I am ever so slightly excited about this as it will just soooo complement the feeling in the gallery. Yesterday, me and 3 wonderful […] Read more...

My Mosaic Exhibition in London…and online!

I close my eyes at night and see tiles dancing. It  feels as though every waking moment not devoted to my children is currently devoted to making mosaic art for my forthcoming exhibition. And to this, I would like to warmly invite you!  If you live far, far away, I will be having an online […] Read more...

Ooooh, ahhhhh, wow!

There was a lot of oohing, ahhing and wowing today! At the gallery, 7 of the band of 10 mosaic maniacs gathered. We unwrapped our contributions to the exhibition, so now hopefully you understand… The variety, the beauty, the uniqueness, the feeling and colour and texture of each of these beauties. Mosaic exhibitions have to […] Read more...

Colour colour colour

The long weekend is over and all the little tasks of preparation for tomorrow’s hanging of the exhibition are underway. Grouting, cleaning up, naming and signing pieces, putting hooks on, painting frames, taking photos, grinding away sharp edges and doing a small repair on fellow artist, Mireille’s, piece that has come from France. Snatching a […] Read more...