Pique Assiette, a French term popularly translated as qbroken plateq among mosaic artists, was wildly popular in the 1920s and is now experiencing a renaissance worldwide. It's a fun and easy craft that appeals to beginners as well as experienced mosaic artists seeking new and exciting techniques to add to their repertoire. You've seen these beautiful artworks in galleries -- now you can make them at home. The fully illustrated simple four-step process can be used to ornament all types of surfaces -- from small frames and wall plaques to flower pots, tabletops, serving trays, stepping-stones, and more. Adventures in Mosaics is packed with complete instructions for 18 beautiful projects, plus a gallery filled with even more inspirational objects. Now is the time to start putting pretty, chipped dishware; old jewelry; mirrors; and broken pottery to good use! Book jacket.Adventures in Mosaics is packed with complete instructions for 18 beautiful projects, plus a gallery filled with even more inspirational objects.
|Title||:||Adventures in Mosaics|
|Author||:||Meera Lester, Marsha Janda-Rosenberg|
|Publisher||:||Rockport Publishers - 2003|