UK Artist, Emma Biggs' work is represented in public and private collections and in museums. She has made architectural mosaic for clients across the world including Westminster Cathedral, Buraimi Mosque in Oman, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the Cabinet War Office, the US Embassy in London, banking institutions, the world of commerce and retail, homes of celebrities, governmental officials and more. She set up the influential company Mosaic Workshop in 1987, which went on to be the UK's most thriving studio. She has been working solo since 2006.
Emma has received awards for public art projects in Sheffield and Gosport. Her large scale temporary installation in York called “Five Sisters” and the ‘Made in England’ project for the Potteries Museum in Stoke-on-Trent have been well documented and acclaimed. Author of four books on mosaic, lecturer, keynote speaker, Senior Tutor at West Dean College and teacher at numerous Art Colleges across England for the past 20 years, Emma is an authority on mosaic art.
In addition to mosaic, she and her partner Matthew Collings, are award winning painters exhibiting work in London, New York, Prague, Liverpool and Fort Worth.
16"h x 12"w, Marble, glass and smalti
16"h x 12"w, Marble, vitreous glass and smalti
Broken Triangle and Line
16"h x 12"w, marble, viteous glass and smalti
Detail, Striped Panel
60"h x 40"w, vitreous glass in a custom brushed aluminum frame
Jo Braun is a self-taught visual artist with a PhD in sociocultural anthropology from the University of Iowa, where she was a National Science Foundation laureate. After a few years conducting consumer research in a corporate environment, she left to build her art-making hobby into a full-time career. As a studio artist, her work explores the evolution of human consciousness; as a teacher and writer, she promotes critical postmodern approaches to art making among her self-taught colleagues. Maintaining both a public art career and an experimental studio practice, Ms. Braun has numerous public and private art installations in the Pacific Northwest region, and shows her work internationally.
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19.5"h x 13.5"w, Ceramic and glass on hand formed cement panel, $850
7.5"h x 5.5"w, Porcelain, found hardware, and mortar on hand formed cement panel $250
10"h x 8.5"w, Ceramic, found hardware and mortar on hand formed cement panel $300
12"sq, Ceramic, glass and mortar on hand formed cement panel $500
Parchment No. 2
20”h x 16”w x 1”d, Vintage Japanese porcelain, mosaic gold, mortar and oil and hand formed cement panel, $1300
Parchment No. 2, detail
Portals No. 2
20"h x 13"w x 1"d, Vintage porcelain, mortar and pigment on hand formed cement panel, $850
Glazed ceramic, recycled glass tile, pigment, and thin set mortar on hand formed cement panel, 29"h x 39"w x 3"d, $3100
Detail, Great Silence
Trained in classical mosaic in London and Venice, Vicki Hanson-Burkhart has been making mosaics since 1997. Exhibited in juried shows including Mosaic Arts International; recognized and awarded, her mosaics include public art, private commission and fine art.
In addition to mosaic her work includes Illustration and surface pattern design and their applications both digital and print.
Created in 2015 for the premiere episode of Restoration Wild, on Animal Planet Network, first airing Nov 2015. The site of the build was Whitewater Farm, a trout farm in the mountains of NC. Reclaimed barn boards from the shed were used to build a Retreat on the property beside a 25 foot waterfall.
Vitreous Glass, Millefiori, Vintage Barn wood
Magnetic Connection - in Action
Reposition-able magnetic frames of ambrosia maple make this interactive artwork never-ending creative fun.
20"h x 60"w, Ambrosia Maple, smalti, gold, mdf, metal plates, and magnets. $3000
Twists & Turns
20"h x 56"w, vitreous glass, iridized glass and millefiori. $4200 SOLD