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On the front cover: Hailes Seed by Helen Nock. Photo by Helen Nock.

Issue 2 is out!

The page-turning PDF and website versions of Issue 2 of Mosaic & Glass have been published on 3 May 2022 and we’ve emailed subscribers with access details (check your spam folder if you can’t see it or get in touch). Print copies will be available from 4/5 May onwards. With special features on exterior mosaic and glass art, Issue 2 includes Debora Aldo, Alexander Beleschenko, Oliver Budd, Kaye Gilhooly, Maggy Howarth, Isidora Paz Lopez, Maud Milton, Helen Nock, Frances Taylor, Coralie Turpin, Sunny Wieler and Wilma Wyss.

Plus we have our usual range of regular articles, including artist spotlights, interviews, inspiration, technical tips and a competition. Featuring Chris Beckett, Tim Cunliffe, Elena Fleury-Rojo, Pam Givens, Joanna Kessel, Rachel Mulligan and Barb Uhlenbruch. And more!

If you subscribe to an annual subscription now, the first magazine you’ll receive as part of your subscription will be Issue 2. Plus you’ll get access to the digital-page turning PDF and online versions of Issue 1 to enjoy in the meantime! Find out more about all of your reading options here.


FEATURED ARTICLE FROM ISSUE 2

Art with the community at its heart 

Reading Time: 7 minutes WRITTEN & NARRATED BY RHONA DUFFY
London-based artist Maud Milton specialises in creating street art in mosaics, often including ceramic tiles handmade by local communities. Here, Rhona Duffy talks to her about some of her projects, and the challenges and successes that come with her work.

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FEATURED ARTICLE FROM ISSUE 2

Cut to the Core

Reading Time: 4 minutes WRITTEN & NARRATED BY BARB UHLENBRUCH
Barb Uhlenbruch has the last word as she writes about mosaic and the human condition; the emotions and inspirations behind her recent piece Cut to the Core.

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FEATURED ARTICLE FROM ISSUE 2


Pictured on the cover: Imagination by Layne Rowe. Image by Alick Cotterill.

The winner of the readers’ competition in Issue 1 is Corinna Barrell!

Readers of Mosaic & Glass voted Corinna Barrell’s King of the River the winner of the competition in Issue 1. Congratulations Corinna! She plans to use the £200 prize money to buy a new pair of walking sandals for heron stalking.

“I’ve been making mosaics for the past 20 years and enjoy putting a modern twist on this ancient art form. Birds and nature have been a constant theme throughout and recently these have evolved into 3D sculptures,” says Corinna. “I mainly use recycled china, using the patterns and texture on them to suggest feathers and fur.”

Corinna writes about the inspirations and processes behind her piece in Issue 2. Buy or subscribe to the magazine read Corinna’s article and to find out details of how you can enter the competition in Issue 2 and be in with a chance of winning £200!

You can also take a look at all of the artists’ entries into the competition in Issue 1 in our Competition Gallery.


Pictured on the cover: Imagination by Layne Rowe. Image by Alick Cotterill.

Print copies of Issue 1 are now sold out! But you can still read it online…

The first issue of new, independent magazine Mosaic & Glass was published on 11 February 2022. Our wonderful writers and journalists interviewed inspirational mosaic and glass artists across the world on the theme of “art creating change”. And we also had artists writing beautifully about their journeys, projects and inspirations.

While print copies of Issue 1 are now sold out, you can still read it in a digital-page turning PDF or online version. There are different ways to do this. If you don’t ever want a printed copy, you can choose option 2 or 3 from the options to read. Or if you subscribe to an annual subscription, the first magazine you’ll receive will be Issue 2, plus you’ll get access to the digital-page turning PDF and online versions of Issue 1 to enjoy in the meantime! The online version features bonus images, videos and some articles are narrated by the writers.

Find out more about all of your reading options here.


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