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Making bits & pieces mosaics creative projects for home & garden by Marlene Hurley Marshall

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Published by Storey Books in Pownal, Vt .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mosaics -- Technique

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 87) and index.

Other titlesMaking bits and pieces mosaics
StatementMarlene Hurley Marshall ; photography by Sabine Vollmer von Falken.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTT910 .M27 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 89 p. :
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL684988M
ISBN 101580170153
LC Control Number97031831

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Get this from a library! Making bits & pieces mosaics: creative projects for home & garden. [Marlene Hurley Marshall] -- Create unique mosaic accents for your home and garden by applying pieces of broken glass, dishes, pottery, and jewelry to a variety of surfaces. Description: Bits and pieces, pique assiette, memoryware -- there are many names for this unique folk art technique that has flourished for centuries around the world. Mosaic art, revered for its intricacy and beauty, can now be made by anyone with the simple methods found in Making Bits & Pieces Mosaics. Making Mosaics: Designs, Techniques & Projects by Leslie Dierks A great book for beginners, this title covers different types of mosaic techniques including pique assiette work with broken plates. It also includes unique projects and step-by-step illustrations. Includes bibliographical references (p. 87) and indexPages:

Hi Terri, While I’m sure you will have fun making micro mosaics the way you propose, the originals (mostly Italian antiques) were made from stone rather than glass. The individual pieces were square or almost so and they were seldom made as ‘one-offs’. Pieces of suitably coloured stone were sawn and ground to make long thin rods of. Inspiration and Influence. 04/24/ Tile Gypsy. a Muse #1. Has to be Marlene Hurley Marshall author of the book “Making Bits & Pieces Mosaics” – Circa – all it took was a few pages to inspire me to glue objects, china and glass. The book .   Broken bits and pieces become a cherished memory; a broken heart reshaped into a beautiful poem. Mosaics of words and thought, knitting together the shattered pieces of our hearts, making us whole again, and in the process, making us even more lovely than we were in the beginning. What better way to preserve the fragments of the past? Making Mosaics: Materials - Tools - Techniques by Angelo Cangemi is a compendium of information illustrating the various phases of the techniques most widely used in the creation of mosaic with simple, accessible explanations accompanies by a variety of photographs and illustrations providing useful information for beginners and experienced students of mosaic.