Please have a look below at the information on Mosaic artists, some of them are offering great mosaic classes for beginners and advanced artists, commissions or just some fantastic art to look at.
Carol Hill, local Fleurieu Artist in South Australia, passionate about nature and marine life, teaches workshops, regular classes for all levels, exhibits, and works as a community mosaic artist.
Michele McCrea's mixed- media mosaics feature whimsical characters and multi- layered stories inspired by nature, art and culture. ("Theodora revisited")
New South Wales
Kate Butler is based in Bungendore, Southern Tablelands in NSW. Her mosaics, with their unique textural style using various materials including reclaimed porcelain and unglazed ceramic, convey her concerns about unprecedented levels of environmental, economic, cultural and social transformation. She has exhibited in Australia and USA.(Frangible)
Sue Leitch- Wintercreek Mosaics: Sue is based in the beautiful Coal Valley in SE Tasmania, not far from many vineyards in the Coal Valley and historic Richmond Village. She enjoys working in a variety of materials, but has a particular soft spot for Smalti. She offers classes for beginners or for those returning.
She welcomes commissions and has exhibited in the Art Farm Birches Sculpture Trail for the last four years and also has work featured on the Capes Track on the South East Coast of Tasmania.
Donna Ritchie-talks about her art below:
In my recent art making I often use children’s nostalgia triggers, such as tongue twisters, toys, generic monster shapes etc which creates a sense of play and humour, while delivering more serious messages.
The issues that keep resurfacing in my work are comments on social, environment and political changes.
I began my art practice in a shop on a bridge many years ago. I sold mosaic tiles in Bath, a Roman city in England. It was beautiful and inspiring. I'm now based in Tasmania, which is just as inspiring and just as beautiful.
What both places have in common are bucket loads of issues to create from, because we really only have one planet and only collectively can we help it stay on track. Art helps.