Creating a portrait with marble is surely the most fascinating thing I have been doing until now here at the mosaic school in Spilimbergo.
Finally, our Byzantine group work was hung and of course we have posed proudly for a photo.
One of the most beautiful projects so far at school due to its simplicity and experimental approach: the Ikebana interpreted by us in mosaic.
Along with the wonderful Ruth Minola Scheibler, I offer two workshops on andamenti and color theory in September in Cologne, Germany!
Nearly 150 square meters of iridescent, matte and transparent pieces of glass with names like Ginger, Apple and Avocado are installed by us here in Geneva.
The Japanese art of flower arranging serves as inspiration for a 3D mosaic that incorporates foreign objects.
Takako’s story is as unique as her works: After studying painting in Hiroshima, she looks for new inspiration, something to enrich her way of working with color….
Inspired by fabrics and textures of tissues and ceramics, Michela creates patterns and shapes with traditional materials like marble, pebbles and smalts and combines them with plastic.
Iridescent pieces of plexiglas transform a room into a shimmering world of light, shadow, and brilliant color.
A devil, snakes, precious colors, gold: We have arrived in the Middle Ages.
School trip to the important city of the Roman Empire, whose cathedral owns 1300 m² of precious floor mosaics.
Meeting Jesus in Ruhpolding is now possible. At least in a figurative sense.