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"Mosaic & Mosaic-Like" Art Exhibit at FUSION


Martinart Studios Presents, “Mosaic & Mosaic-Like: A Contemporary Art Exhibit” part of the Two Moons Exhibit Series at FUSION in the 708..

This exhibit will feature New Mexico artists creating Mosaics with traditional materials as well as artists whose work is created in a Mosaic-Like style. Included in the exhibit are painting, sculpture, fiber art, bead work, glass, mixed media, as well as traditional examples of mosaics.

The art of mosaics has a long history, starting in Mesopotamia in the third millennium BCE. A traditional Mosaic is a pattern or image made of small pieces of colored stone, glass, or ceramics, held in place by plaster or mortar, and covering a hard surface. Today, Mosaics are made by artists and craftspeople all around the world. Many materials other than the traditional are utilized by contemporary artists. 

Opening Reception: Friday, February 3, 2023, 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Betty Busby, Theresa Cashman, Patricia Halloran, Erika Harding, Holly Kuehn, Maria Jonsson, Terri Lagerway, Caroline LeBlanc, Lynx Lightning, Rudy J. Miera, Vivienne Riggio, Laura Robbins, Judith Roderick, Larry Schulte, Cassandra Shaw, Cirrelda Snider- Bryan, Terry Storch