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: 5 minutes After majoring in art at university, Chris Beckett spent most of her working life as a primary teacher. She discovered glass 17 years ago and hasn’t looked back since.
Reading Time: 7 minutes WRITTEN & NARRATED BY MATT HANSON
Matt Hanson explores the mosaic murals at Istanbul Textile Market.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Lorinda Tisdell relocated from the US to the picturesque town of Ajijic in Mexico, where she enjoys taking pictures of the brightly painted and tiled buildings and in the surrounding villages and towns. Once again, we asked her to create a selection for Mosaic & Glass readers – enjoy!
Reading Time: 7 minutes Taking on board the advice to “do something different” has created a successful niche for Bristol-based artist Helen Nock, who describes her art as “a relationship between finding and imagination”. Angela Youngman explores.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome to Issue 2 of Mosaic & Glass. It’s a pleasure to produce this magazine and bring together just some of the stories from the vibrant world of mosaic and glass. Thank you to those of you who let us know you enjoyed reading Issue 1 – we’re happy to hear that it was anContinue reading “Editor’s welcome (Issue 2)”