All of my work unfolds like a story because I start with a group of observations, feelings, and ideas, and I don’t know the end until I am finished.
Selling work can be a tough gig. You need to be all over social media and try every online gallery going, taking quality photos of your pieces from various angles.
My instinct thus far has been to try every kind of material and method mosaics has to offer, from handmade ceramics to minerals, stone, traditional thick cut smalti glass, glass beads and found objects
Why do I paint what I paint? In my opinion it is time for a renaissance of beauty. I want to bring that back.
You can have all the creativity in the world, but if you can’t remember which gallery has which piece or find the contact info for that interested buyer, you could be missing out on a potential sale.
Mosaic artist Sue Majewski presents her portfolio, and speaks about her background and inspiration. ABI: How did you originally begin creating mosaics, and how has your style developed? SM: In college, I took every type of art class available, from printmaking to bookmaking. Once I started breaking things apart and rearranging pieces, I knew I […]
As my designs became more improvisational, I began to experience a deeper emotional, spiritual dimension within my artwork.
Without art collectors who invest in their own passionate eye and the adventure of an creative interchange with the makers of art, the world would be a vastly more limited and less true place.
My process is spontaneous which leads to an evolution of line, texture and form.