I draw my inspiration from what I find most beautiful and curious – the endless magic, mystery and magnificence of Mother Nature. By observing my surroundings, seeking out new places as well as searching within, I combine dreams with reality to tell a story. My ideas and images evolve and take on a life of their own as I build my mosaic. While I meticulously hand cut and shape hundreds, often thousands of pieces of glass, the shapes and colors dictate what the image becomes. The end product always surprises me, as I learn and discover new things through each mosaic I create.
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