Welcome to our little World,
where we take all the little pieces of life, and turn them into some Spectacular Artwork!
We are a group of free spirits who enjoy sharing ideas. This is a peaceful and happy place, and you are welcome to join in!

Fish Fish Fish!

Love this amazing addition to the Surfboard Project! The addition of millefiori to the seaweed adds something wonderful. Fish & seaweed created by Callas Mosaics.

Another Awesome Surfboard Creature!

Got in another wonderful creature for the Surfboard Project!

Isn't he grand?! I just love him.
Created by Flowering Moon Mosaics.

More Surfboard Mosaic Creatures have Arrived!

Going to the post office has gotten very exciting. More pieces for the Surfboard Mosaic Bench project have come in! Please go here for more information on this very cool collaboration mosaic. Here are the creatures that arrived today!

Surf Board Bench

The PieceMakers are collaborating on their first public mosaic piece! I (Amanda Edwards) was contacted by a non-profit group that's gathering old surf boards & giving them to artists to decorate. They're then turning them into public benches that will be auctioned off to businesses in Portsmouth NH. The money they raise will go toward keeping the New Hampshire coastline clean.

I received the surfboard about a week ago. Here it is, in all it's used glory!

The theme for the surfboard mosaic will be "In the Ocean"... although we haven't decided on a title for the finished piece yet. In all, 14 PieceMaker members will be sending me sea creatures to add to the board. I'll be creating a background & get the ultra fun job of designing the layout with all the cool creatures coming my way! As I get them, I'll post pictures of them on here.

I received the first amazing batch today, from Tina of Tina's Mosaics!

PieceMaker Events & Galleries

The PieceMakers are always a busy crew. Here are a few events & happenings involving our wonderful team mates!

Tina's Mosaics will have artwork at The River Gallery! If you're in the area, stop by to see some of her stunning landscape mosaics.

The River Gallery
1335 Bay Street
Florence, OR 97439

To see more of Tina's work, please click here and take a look around her Etsy shop!


Beaded Glass Mosaics will be part of the Ouachita Arts Trail, in Mena Arkansas, from October 7-9, 2011.
This is a free self guided tour of some of the Ouachita’s finest artists... our Beaded Glass Mosaics being one of them!
To see more of Beaded Glass Mosaics work, please head over to her etsy shop here.


Amanda Edwards' work can be seen at Trinket and Fern... an artist boutique in Portland Maine's Old Port.
Trinket & Fern
On the corner of Exchange Street & Middle Street.
Portland, ME

To see more of Amanda's Work, head over to her etsy site here.


Flowering Moon Mosaics is now showing her work at Art Works, in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Art Works is a vibrant community arts center. Their mission is to nurture the creative spirit, promote participation in the arts through education, exhibits and events and collaborate with diverse people to spark engagement and imagination.

Art Works
384 Acushnet Ave
New Bedford, MA

To see more of Flowering Moon's beautiful mosaic work, please head over to her etsy shop here.


PieceMaker member, Tribou Mosaics, is currently showing her work at the Lucky Dog Gallery, in beautiful Rockland Maine. She also recently won the Eddie Harriman Award at the ever-popular Lobster Festival! Congrats!!

The Lucky Dog Gallery
373 Main Street, Rockland Maine

You can also see her work at the Union Fair Blueberry Festival. Please click here for more information.

To see more of Tribou Mosaics pieces, please head over to her Etsy Shop.


The PieceMakers are working on a collaboration mosaic right now as well! Surfscapes, a non-profit organization in Portsmouth NH helping to keep the New Hampshire coastline clean, has asked us to create a mosaic surfboard for them. The board has seen it's days on the ocean, and the team is recycling it & turning it into a beautiful bench. The PieceMaker surfboard bench will be auctioned off, along with other artist's benches, to local Portsmouth businesses, and then installed in an outdoor public place. More to come as this project unfolds!