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  • Anabella Wewer

    A graphic designer by profession, and a native of Caracas, Venezuela, Anabella is a nationally exhibited mosaic artist and passionate metalsmith. She is co-founder, and has been Creative Director of Black Box, a studio specializing in Web-based applications for Fortune 500 companies, since 1994. After discovering mosaics as fine art during a trip to the Vatican in 2004, she started taking mosaic classes in the United States, but quickly made the decision to train in Italy where the tradition of mosaics is centuries old and pursued as a career path and profession.

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  • Bahriye Guler

    Bahriye Martı Güler was born in 1968 at Brussels/Belgium. She graduate in Institut Funck High School. Since 2008, she is interested with mosaic art. She attended in several events about stained-glass, nacre, basicart&design for increasing her art works' variety and quality. Her art Works were included over 20 mixeds exhibition. She aimed to reach disabled childs by combine mosaic art with social responsibility projects.

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  • Erin Pankratz

    Born in the Northwest Territories, Pankratz grew up in the boreal constantly making “something” out of “nothing”. Playing kick the can under the northern lights, building snow forts, and digging fossils out of the bank of the Salt River helped her to hone her intuitive gift of understanding colour, and appreciating the material and immaterial.

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  • Isidora Paz López

    Isidora Paz López, Chilean, 42 years old, sculptor, mosaicist and ceramist, is part of the third generation of a family of artists. She studied art during 6 years at the University of Chile and got her title as ceramist in the year 1999. In may 2011 she got the commission of her first mosaic project, 150 m2 on the external walls of a sport stadium. Since then that she fell in love with the mosaic technique and is dedicated to creating murals in public places.

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  • Kelly Knickerbrocker

    Visual artist Kelley Knickerbocker left a 22-yr administrative career at the University of Washington in 2006 to found a mosaic studio (Rivenworks Mosaics, Seattle) and direct her accumulated skills in project management and planning toward designing/fabricating/installing mosaic artwork for public, commercial, residential and gallery environments.

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  • Liliana Waisman

    2000- (aprox.)- : I started to investigate in mosaic art with handmade pieces of artistic resin. 2003-2010: I opened my first shop of design objects, where I exhibited and sold my works. 2005-2012- I opened my second shop of design objects. 2005- I started to combine mosaics with colored cements, coating floors, walls, tables, etc 2008- I started to teach how to make mosaics. 2013- I created a self standing sheets technique 2015-I created the Spatial Mosaics.

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  • Marwa Qendeel

    Was born in Cairo, she is an Egyptian researcher and mosaic artist. Qendeel studied at the Fine Arts College, Painting department/ Mural section. Got a Ph.D in Mural Painting, 2014. She works as adjunct professor at faculty of fine Arts/ al Mansoura University, Egypt. Subsequent years, Qendeel has participated at many international workshops, she has Exhibited her work around Egypt, Italy, Greece, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, Turkey, Armenia and Austria .. She has private and state collections (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Armenia and Italy, etc). Member at: AIMC , MUSIWA , and Egyptian National Committee. International Association of Art

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  • Dianne Sonnenberg

    I am a mosaic artist from Austin, Texas. I am passionate about creating beauty through the art of mosaics. I create fine art, installations, commissions, garden art, and large-scale designs.

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  • Karla Duterloo

    Karla Duterloo is an award winning artist with years of experience in the field of mosaic. Her expertise as a mosaic artist has allowed her to develop a truly authentic and unique style. This is particularly recognisable in her series of Nguni and other wild animal heads (buck, kudu, deer and buffalo).

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  • Lillian Sizemore

    My work is inspired by nature and it's impact on our psyches. The origins of the work reside where intuition, sensibility, and imagination unify into geometric form. Using the circle as a starting point sets parameters.

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  • Marian Shapiro

    Until recently based in Sydney’s Northern Beaches I have now moved to the Lower Blue Mountains. I make original art and architectural mosaic for private and public spaces.

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  • Yulia Hanansen

    Yulia Hanansen's internationally acclaimed Mosaic Sphere Studio, LLC produces Fine Art mosaics in a variety of traditional and experimental techniques. Work can be made for commission or can be purchased from a selection of ready-to-buy pieces

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  • Aida Valencia

    Born in San Diego and raised in Tijuana, with a bi-cultural tendency, Aida emerges as a mighty, innovating visual artist. The sculptures are characterized by her use of intense colors, reflecting her Mexican roots, that she interprets in a contemporary form.

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  • Sibel Akkaba

    Born in Istanbul in 1966, she gradutated in Geological Engineering at her city's university. After several jobs as a manager in turkish banks, Sibel aquired her artistic education from Meycem Ezengin.

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  • Cátia Usevicius Maia

    My life is linked to art since early days. In childhood, my first experiences reported by my parents, were drawing and sculpture; in pré-adolescence I started painting; at university I developed and graduated in drawing and later, I discovered and produced a lot of metal engraving.

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  • Ana Foncerrada

    I started making mosaics by chance. Many years ago I found a book in a bookstore, which is called “Mosaics on a Weekend” by Martin Cheek and it was love at first sight. I don’t have any artistic training but have always liked to art and working with my hands.

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  • Andjelka Radojevic

    Born in Istanbul in 1966, she gradutated in Geological Engineering at her city's university. After several jobs as a manager in turkish banks, Sibel aquired her artistic education from Meycem Ezengin.

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  • Andryea Natkin

    Andryea received her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and works in a variety of mediums including drawing, ceramic and most recently mosaic. Her mosaic works has been shown in several prestigious national and international juried exhibitions and publications.

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  • Angela Zimek

    For me, creativity is a very important part of life. Designing and creating is one of my basic needs, I love the challenge of piecing together my ideas. I must thank my brother, his girlfriend & my husband, for without their persistence & support my works would never be seen.

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  • Antoaneta Stoimenova

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  • Arlene Piarulli

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  • Atsuko K. Laskaris

    I was born in the country side of Japan. I was a child who loves drawing, reading, singing and talking. When my friends were studying I was daydreaming and when they were playing I was playing. I graduated from Seian University of Art and Design in Kyoto in 1988. My major was Fiber art, Textile art, and weaving, although I fell in love with Glass art while I was still in school, I never had a chance to work with it until very recently. Currently I am working as a mosaic artist in San Diego, CA.

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  • Aude Fourrier

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  • Banu Cevikel Bilginer

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  • Britta Kuth

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  • Conny van der Wende

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  • Dana Teturová

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  • Danit Shmueli

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  • Demetrio Piccoli

    Always fascinated by several artistic expressions, in 2003 he starts his journey into mosaic art, focusing also on drawing and sculpture. The passion and dedication to mosaic art, coupled with his interest in sculpture, prompted him to explore new forms of expression. His works are born from the urgent need to seize the mind's whirl, to reproduce memories and colors of emotions. Experimenting with diverse materials, playing with unusual outlines, and creating unexpected combinations, Demetrio gives shape to fleeting thoughts, captured in the never-ending, wild flow of mind.

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  • Dugald Macinnes

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  • Emanuela Bottana

    In her career, Emanuela Bottana has already worked with renowned artists at home and abroad and has shown her artworks in many in prestigious places such as the Kunsthaus Zurich. Furthermore, Emanuela Bottana participates in charity projects and shares her comprehensive knowledge in classes with mosaic enthusiasts.

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  • Greet Weitenberg

    Greet Weitenberg is a visual artist, born in Leeuwarden, a nice city in the north of The Netherlands. Via the USA, Groningen and the Bijlmer she landed in the Jordaan in Amsterdam where she lives and works in her studio.

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  • Julie Richey

    Greet Weitenberg is a visual artist, born in Leeuwarden, a nice city in the north of The Netherlands. Via the USA, Groningen and the Bijlmer she landed in the Jordaan in Amsterdam where she lives and works in her studio.

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  • Kate Kerrigan

    “What I see and what I feel, the essence of my work, the reason I create. My art really is two mediums, as my photography is as much a part of it as my mosaics. One reliant on the other. It is this process of taking one medium and transforming it into another that truly motivates me.

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  • Line Dauvergne

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  • Liza Wheeler

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  • Lynn Adamo

    Contrast, color, texture. Three things I use to express myself through my art. When I first discovered that the ancient medium of mosaic was enjoying a renaissance—in fact, being pushed forward into new ways of expression, I was instantly hooked. I embarked on the path of learning traditional methods and techniques, discovering materials to work with.

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  • Manfred Hoehn

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  • Marcelino Manhula

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  • Margo Anton

    Just how does someone become a nomadic artist? One's journeys in life often take a rather circuitous route, and mine are no exception. I can probably say this journey began at age 12 when I formed my first company, margOrigami, creating and selling origami earrings.

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  • Margy Cottingham

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  • Marianne Minuzzi

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  • Massimo Moreale

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  • Rosemarie Castro

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  • Silvia Lencinella

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