The Institute of Mosaic art, Oakland, California, USA
The Institute of Mosaic Art, founded in 2005, is a premier mosaic education and resource center which offers students expert instruction in the mosaic arts in a fun and welcoming environment.
IMA is located in Oakland, California's Jingletown Arts District, and is part of the Bay Area's thriving art scene. IMA houses multiple classrooms and lecture spaces with lots of room to create. We have a mosaic resource library on site and an outdoor courtyard and garden filled with colorful mosaic murals and sculpture. IMA is proud to offer extensive programming with a diverse diverse curriculum in both contemporary and traditional mosaic techniques, focusing on all media.


The Joy of Shards Mosaics Resource
"Hundreds of pages of information about mosaics and mosaic making, with step-by-step illustrated instructions, photo features and pique assiette galleries"


Top 10 Israeli ancient mosaic discoveries
This Haaretz.com article offers exactly what the title says.


Trudi Lloyd Williams
I specialise in projects that are inspired by places and communities. My work is site specific; utilising research, collaboration, community skills and design through to final installation.

I am an experienced artist working individually, collaboratively and as lead artist. I am also an experienced project manager for urban centre projects, site sensitive historic sites and rural landscape and waterways projects with teams of artists, designers, landscape architects, architects and developers.

Frequently I am involved in sourcing local businesses and artisans to construct and install work, building and developing local networks, leading to a cross fertilisation of ideas and minimising waste and energy.


Virginia Zanotti
Virginia Zanotti is an Italian mosaic artist with an excellent website.


Yoko Tomita and YarOn Stern community project in Vancouver
This is a project for a public park in Vancouver BC, Canada. Community members have been guided in making mosaics for this project through local funding from the city. The links below show scores of photographs of the mosaics:

http://yaronstern.blogspot.com

https://picasaweb.google.com/yaron.reu/MosaicComplete


Martin Brown mosaic montage
Fluent YouTube of an impressive mosaic mural.


Mosaic Workshop
Our good friends at MOSAIC WORKSHOP have their own website. Check out this excellently produced site for up to date info on courses, materials, and commissions.


Olympic mosaics by Tessa Hunkin and Friends
From July 2011 to May 2012 a team of dedicated volunteers worked in a shop in Murray Grove, Hackney, to create a series of large wall mosaics for a park in nearby Shepherdess Walk. The designs were created by mosaicist Tessa Hunkin and inspired by the ancient mosaics of Roman North Africa. The idea was to commemorate the year of the Olympics in a classical art form that conjured up both the ancient past and the life of modern Hackney.


Solo Mosaico
Studio "Solo Mosaico" - Marco Bravura, Alexandr Vasiliev and a group of mosaic artists based in Ravenna have a website (www.solo-mosaico.com) with details of their "Solo Mosaico" magazine, exhibitions and mosaic works, plus a Mosaic News page. There is also a branch of Solo Mosaico based in Moscow.


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