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  • Birdsong & Blossom artist list page 8
    sound like birds singing I managed to create two out of three with the third unfortunately sounding more like an ice cream van But the thought was there Contact Details janetventre sky com Janet Ventre Artist Statement Humming Bird I am captivated by the ever changing brilliant and scintillating colour as these breathtakingly beautiful birds weave and dart about the forest There is an element of magic I have tried

    Original URL path: http://www.opusmosaic.co.uk/birdsongartistspage8.html (2016-04-27)
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  • ebb & flow PV page
    Gallery picture 9 Gallery picture 10 Gallery picture 11 Gallery picture 12 Gallery picture 13 Gallery picture 14 Frances Angela Sidney Gallery picture 15 EBB FLOW 2012 AWARD WINNERS Best in Show FLOW Best in show 2012 Winner Angela IBBS 1st Runner Up Guigues Sylvie Foisel 2nd runner up Seasonal Delights Angela Nash Best newcomer first Opus exhibition The Golden Coast Newcomer first Opus Exhibition Winner Paul Lebbern 1st runner

    Original URL path: http://www.opusmosaic.co.uk/ebb%26flowPV.html (2016-04-27)
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  • ebb & flow artist list page 1
    wanted to show this passing of time by the footprints in the sand visible for only a short time then washed away by the tide Contact Details fiona creativejunkie gmail com Jane Baker Artist Statement Sailing By When the theme ebb flow was first announced as the title for this years exhibition my immediate thought was the sea So working with this I chose the globes to mosaic as they represented the worlds spinning round The sailboats need the power of the wind to drive them on while the fishes drift with currents Contact Details c o opusmosaic btconnect com Lorraine Cave Artist Statement High Tide in the Carrick Roads Living in Cornwall I m surrounded by the ocean and I was inspired by the tidal creeks of the Carrick Roads that reach inland from Falmouth I wanted to recreate the configuration of the River Fal as a mosaic map Using a tide timetable I made a collage of the waterway which I painted before covering in tempered glass giving the effect of a reflective watery surface Winckelmans porcelain and stained glass were perfect materials for capturing the patchwork of fields and seed beads for representing the woodlands It s

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  • ebb & flow artist list page 2
    ground of the cathedral The labyrinth as a road of life with multiple colors and atmospheres and also a tribute to the designers and to the builders of the Middle Ages There is time for everything and every thing under the sky has its hour Time to be born and time to die Time to kill time to cure Time to plant time to destroy Time to build time to extract Time to moan time to dance Time to cry time to laugh Time of assember blocks time to scatter them Time to like the kisses and time to curse them Time to pursue a dream or to refrain itself from it Time to like an object time to push it away Time when we sew time when we tear Time when we speak time when we keep silent Time when we hate time when we sigh Time of the war time of the peace Contact Details sylvie foisel gmail com Jenny Foxworthy Artist Statement Mackerel Scomber Scombrus I chose the mackerel as it is a stunningly beautiful fish designed for speed and distance with their streamlined torpedo profile They live in shoals and roam the seas searching for food

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  • ebb & flow artist list page 3
    theme Ebb and Flow evokes contrasts Therefore I tried to incorporate as many contrasts as I could into the imagery and materials night and day wildlife and geology shore and sea smalti and millifiore I chose a split view picture to interpret another aspect of Ebb and Flow how two images can merge and recede via a simple shift of perspective Contact Details www mosaicness com Alex Glendining Artist Statement Black Headed Gull I was inspired to make this mosaic after seeing a gull perched on top of a tree stump sticking out of the sea as the tide went out On the day the sea and sky were very grey but I made the mosaic in the colours I would have liked to have seen them I used metallic glass tiles for the tree stumps and green and blue stained glass for the sea and sky I am inspired by the work of Gustav Klimt and like to use metallic tiles where ever possible to pay tribute to his style I thought I could achieve this by using metallic tiles for the tree stumps and slightly transparent jewel coloured glass for the background The gull is made from opaque

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  • ebb & flow artist list page 4
    and to capture the beauty of this phenomenon which has inspired artists as singers and painters My mosaic work is made of pieces of glass nacre and foam structuring The cutting of tesseraes reinforces the dynamic movement The wind power is the source of these waves Sting s song Love is the seventh wave inspires me Ebb and Flow of passion love which is sometimes stormy or quiet Contact Details karine heinrich laposte net Angela Ibbs Best in Show Artist Statement Flow I See the fish schooling in the waters depths in unity for survival is their pursuit Inspired by primitive folk art this hand cut mosaic wall piece has been created using vintage ceramics unglazed and glazed ceramic tiles Contact Details www angelaibbsdesigns co uk Carolyn King Artist Statement Ichthyosaur The Ebb and Flow of life is linked to changes within our planet from its infancy through maturity to its inevitable end a procedure which we are all reluctant to accept The Ichthyosaur of the Jurassic period were more successful than most but they evolved adapted then vanished in their original form The earth once created changed rapidly these changes slowing down as it cooled and the changes became

    Original URL path: http://www.opusmosaic.co.uk/ebb%26flowartistlistpage4.html (2016-04-27)
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  • ebb & flow artist list page 4
    France Mosaic Levaillant 2012 Rock bench seen from the top of the cliffs On the Haute Normandie littoral rock bench is the chalky bedrock remaining after the retreat of chalk cliffs Continually covered during flow and left exposed during ebb by tides it provides a habitat for a particular flora and fauna The rock bench incline has an influence on how heavy swell is and how big flint shingle beaches are Contact Details pascal levaillant sfr fr Paul Lebbern Artist Statement The Golden Coast Made out of household ceramic tiles using the opus palladianium crazy paving and opus tessellatum style this mosaic is the second of a proposed four piece single colour collection It represents the changing stages of the ebb and flow of a tide and its effect on sand It also symbolises the cycle of life by using four segregated sections which imply transitions between stages in a lifetime youth being fresh free sand adulthood being bound sand a mid life crisis being the uncertainties of waves and old age being the ripples that appear on the surface Contact Details paul lebbern tiscali co uk Gay Middleton Artist Statement Sucus Oritur Sucus Cadit I have been involved with

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  • ebb & flow artist list page 6
    the swallow soaring high among flowers made with recycled china flowing gently into autumn and winteroming and Going Forwards and Backwards Right and Left Ebb and Flow were born Contact Details angela4nash btinternet com Concetta Perot Artist Statement Bird in a Grey Sky Ebb flow tides and the call of sea birds This piece is the image of a bird on a grey day at beach elegant sleek swooping catching the light and transforming greys into a dance of shadows and light A mix of vitreous tiles irridescent tiles glass crystal beads porcelain and stone I started making this piece during the grey days of January and they have given me a new appreciation of the beauty of shades of this colour Contact Details glitteringshards gmail com Nicole Provost Artist Statement Waterfall NORMANDY CLIFFS have in Spring rains many little rivers When they reach on the extremity IT S THE SEA What a beautiful MEETING and it s the birth of a WATERFULL cascade in French with the height she downs and is the meeting with sand and sea waves A wonderful appointement and a long road together I have translate those with marble strenght light glass and smalt Contact

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