Big frog inside Sydney airport, originally uploaded by lloydi.
frog's legs, originally uploaded by Burps Liberty.
@ sydney airport, originally uploaded by Magalie L'Abbé (was David et Magalie).
Thank God nobody decided to mosaic a cane toad. It's actually a Green and Gold Bell Frog.
This photo has been taken from the Australian Nature website and was taken by photographer Pavel German.
Society of American Mosaic Artists
The Society of American Mosaic Artists.
If you can make it here, you have made it.
From workshops to supplies to featured artists and exhibitions…
And if you are really serious about mosaic as a medium this is the place where new opportunities are often publicised.
So far I have finished a table top, finished a panel on Opus regulatum, finished a panel on Opus tessalatum, finished a panel on Opus Sectile, finished a Bee rock, and finished a Dragonfly rock.
I have started a panel on Opus circulatum, started a wooden shoe, started a flower pot, and started a panel on Opus vermiculatum.
Yet somehow I don’t feel like I’ve accomplished much. Why is that? Must be tired.
I read that and felt exhausted! But it is interesting seeing what other people are doing, the things they are learning…
Something simple that doesn't take a lot of time at all, and is cheap and easy to make. Instant gifts. Here's what some of the keen mosaickers on flickr have been making…
mosaic coasters, originally uploaded by Oxygen Dwarf.
3 little coasters with simple mosaic (my work), originally uploaded by elviraZ.
Our mosaic work, originally uploaded by _tris_.
Fun Coasters by Grandpa, originally uploaded by idahostudios.
The Blue Bomber, originally uploaded by B Tal.
AquariusMosaic, originally uploaded by pcg_100.
Stories like this really show how important public art is to the wellbeing of a community.