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Reading Time: 3 minutes BY CORALIE TURPIN
Inspired by geology and light, Sheffield-based sculptor Coralie Turpin has created a number of public artworks across the UK. Here, she tells us about one of her latest exterior projects – a badger-themed, mosaicked sculpture for a new council housing scheme in Chesterfield.
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.
Reading Time: 7 minutes BY ANGELA NEUSTATTER
It was by “lucky happen-chance” that Angela Neustatter says she joined one of Tim Cunliffe’s stained glass courses several years ago. Motivated by Cunliffe’s work she wanted to develop under his tutelage. Here, she interviews Cunliffe about his life’s works.
Reading Time: 6 minutes BY FRANCES TAYLOR
Frances Taylor writes about her passion for exterior mosaics and looks back on how Covid-19 changed the course of her business.
Reading Time: 9 minutes BY CATHERINE ROSE
Alexander Beleschenko believes that architectural glass is a “positive notation in the urban environment”. Catherine Rose talks to him about his love of large-scale architectural glass projects and explores some of the techniques he employs in his contemporary art practice.
Reading Time: 8 minutes WRITTEN & NARRATED BY REBECCA ANN HUGHES
Edinburgh-based Joanna Kessel has been recently awarded the Visual Arts Scotland Inches Carr Creative Development Award 2022, which will support a research project that will enable Joanna to develop new work. Rebecca Ann Hughes caught up with Joanna to find out about the ethos and inspirations underlying her art practice.
Reading Time: 5 minutes BY ELENA FLEURY-ROJO
Elena Fleury-Rojo’s latest collection depicts the “juxtaposition between the weight and durability of rock with the fragility and brittleness of glass”. Here, Elena writes about her love of travel and how she was inspired to recreate coral in glass.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In every issue, we share some technical tips for working in mosaic and glass. Here, Australian artist Peter Twining explores suitable substrates and environmental factors you should consider when creating exterior mosaics.
Reading Time: 8 minutes BY ANGELA YOUNGMAN
Travel the globe to find some extraordinary mosaics adorning walls, buildings and gardens. Angela Youngman explores six must-see sights.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Congratulations to Corinna Barrell, whose mosaic sculpture King of the River won the readers’ votes in Issue 1! Read on to find out about her inspiration and process behind the piece.
Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s time to get creative! This competition is designed to inspire you to try new things. The theme is: Nature. This theme is just a guide and it leaves things open for you to get creative. Perhaps you’ll try new materials or look at a familiar topic in a different way? It’s up to you.
Reading Time: 6 minutes WRITTEN & NARRATED BY LYNN JONES
For California mosaicist Wilma Wyss, the desire to make art that enriches public spaces is what excites her most about mosaics. Here, Lynn Jones talks to Wilma about how she expresses her artistic vision through large-scale outdoor mosaics.
Reading Time: 7 minutes WRITTEN & NARRATED BY MATT A HANSON
Matt Hanson interviews Chilean artist Isidora Paz López about her journey to mosaic art and asks her about her large-scale mosaic interventions in Chile and Germany.
Reading Time: 9 minutes WRITTEN BY RHONA DUFFY
Rhona Duffy interviews Oliver Budd, a second-generation mosaicist who has created an array of mosaic art over the last four decades with commissions from across the world.