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We have just completed uploading all the Exhibition Albums for the past 5 years to the new MOSAIC ASSOCIATION SOUTH AFRICA website (under construction).We took a moment to scroll through the photographs and am astounded at how much this amazing…Continue
Please i know you don't get enough entries and i agree that isn't good. but maybe competitions should be advertised a bit further in advance giving people more time to do there projects.Please please do not close this site down .... its the most…Continue
To some of you this discussion will not be a surprise - In a nutshell, the past few MASA activities have highlighted the following (419 Members):Online Competition 10: Tribute to Portchie - 16 EntriesOnline Competition 11: Elements in Motion - 7…Continue
Only 1 month for us to put together our mosaic masterpieces for this competition!I am in the "looking for inspiration stage" at the moment and am trawling through ideas (and discarding them). I hope I'm not the only one struggling to create a design…Continue
Competition Brief: MASA encourages use of new techniques of applying mosaics as well as experimenting with different materials, this competition challenges you to try something new - Experiment with…
Want to know how I make my wine last? First, here's my story...
After all the excitement of crushing grapes, we watch (and taste!) the babies (juice) ferment into young adults (wine). Once all settled in, we monitor (and taste!) the…Continue
After 3 years of studiously avoiding grout in my mosaics, I finally took the plunge and made a grouted piece for the Bouquet for the Elderly project (piece entitled "flower1").
I don't know why I didn't do it sooner. It was so easy to…Continue
In 2013, I saw a very attractive and detailed piece of mosaic on the glassworks island of Murano in Venice (see photo's). Upon enquiring from the shop assistant as to the identity of the artist, I was told that they were not sure who she…Continue