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Josie Martin has created a wonderfully crazy mosaic garden at her property at Linton which is in Akaroa, North Canterbury. Akaroa is a lovely place to stay for a few days with its French history, harbour and arty community. The Giants House just happens to be a B&B too…
All the sounds an owl can make LOL. And yes, the woof is Australia’s barking owl.
I’m in wildlife mode and looking for ideas for my contribution to the Steve Irwin Mosaic Tribute Project. I have a half an idea for an owl so I went out looking to see what is out there already. This one is in Leeds.
At the Anchorage Museum of History and Art
Mosaic Art 2006 Yearbook
When: October 1, 2006 to October 31, 2006
Where: Click here for a link to our online submission form.Welcome Mosaic Artists, All mosaic artists, from all countries, are encouraged to submit their work for inclusion in Mosaic Art 2006 Yearbook.
New, emerging artists as well as experienced, professional mosaicists are invited to participate.
You may submit two (2) images of original mosaics created in 2005-2006.
Your first mosaic will be included in the yearbook. We will include the second image if there is enough space on the CD All mosaic materials and in all styles are welcomed.
There is no cost to submit your images. There will be a charge if you want to purchase a copy of the CD.
Requirements All submissions must be done through our online submission form. Submissions will be accepted during the month of October. No submissions will be accepted after October 31, 2006. Each submission must include a digital image of your mosaic(s) of the highest quality possible. Images must be in JPG format with dimensions of no more than 650 pixels (width) and 650 pixels (height).
For tips on taking photos of your mosaics, click here . You are responsible for the accuracy (i.e. spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc.) of the information about your mosaic.
We will not accept submissions if your information is entered in all lower case or all upper case letters. Please follow standard capitalization practices. Most people who get the CD are English speaking; however, you can submit the description of your mosaic in your own language if you want. You must complete all information on the submission form and check the statements that give us permission to publish your photograph. (You do not need to fax permission forms this year.)
We reserve the right not to publish submitted works
* if your submission information is incomplete or not accurate
* if your artwork is not a mosaic
* if there is a question about the originality of the work
* or if there might be a possible copyright infringement by the work submitted.
You must be reachable by email. We will send you an email to verify that we have received your submission. We will also send another email asking you to approve the page layout of your mosaic. If you do not respond or if your emails are returned as undeliverable, you will not be included in the yearbook.
* * * We look forward to another great year. Many mosaic artists have expressed interest to be included in this year’s yearbook. See you in October! Bill Buckingham and Lynn Moor feedback@MosaicYearbook.com
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Check out the photoset about Egypt at http://www.flickr.com/photos/monkeyimages/sets/876016/. I’m in camel mode thanks to posting on http://crikeymatemosaic.wordpress.com and I was really pleased to see that someone has mosaicked a camel somewhere on flickr.
Check out the Smalta Mosaic photoset. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gorgona/240542069/in/pool-71371957@N00/ Full of gorgeous photos
This tree and mosaic sculpture created for the ARID Exhibition in Port Augusta, South Australia is just one mosaic in Queeni’s photoset.
Worth checking out.