Belgian mosaicist Mieke Ceusters set out to answer the question 'What would the Romans have created today?' in her series Roman with a Twist. Rhona Duffy talks to Mieke to find out more.
Matt Hanson chronicles the history of the mosaics at the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey, which was originally built as a Christian basilica nearly 1,500 years ago and is currently a mosque.
Lawrence Payne shares the practical value of Roman mosaic rules and principles, and explains why, even if you decide not to follow them, understanding them is a must for all mosaicists.
Rhona Duffy catches up with Marian Shapiro ahead of her third solo exhibition opening in Springwood, New South Wales, and with Cleo Mussi as her exhibition Botanicals opens in Glasgow.
Anabella Wewer writes about the essence of Kelley Knickerbocker’s mosaic making, which she describes as complex simplicity that tells stories and challenges preconceptions.
Blacksmith Katie Surridge recently did a mosaic course at the London School of Mosaic and she tells Rhona Duffy how she's experimenting by infusing these ancient techniques with a contemporary outlook.
Catherine Rose talks to glass art historian Justine Hopkins about glass innovation over the last century and the contemporary glass artists pushing boundaries today.
And Oliver Budd has the last word, sharing the dos and don’ts of running mosaic classes, the wisdom he’s gleaned from his forty years of experience.
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