Synopses & Reviews
In principle, mosaic is simple to create—it can be tackled by anyone who can tile a wall or glue down a collage. In practice, it needs to be carefully conceived, designed, planned, and executed for a real professional look. Practical and inspiring ideas for the beginner and the more experienced, this guide to the ancient art of mosaic features dazzling designs for home and garden, with 16 step-by-step projects, trace-off patterns, and an ample array of color photos to show you how to create your own beautiful mosaics.
Practical and inspiring, this guide to the ancient art of mosaic features dazzling designs for home and garden, with step-by-step projects, trace-off patterns, and an ample array of color photos.
About the Author
Peggy Vance holds an MA in Art History from Christ's College, Cambridge, and has worked as an art historian and assistant curator of design at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She has edited a wide range of books on fine, decorative and applied art, and is the author of Gaugin: The Masterworks, William Morris Wallpapers and Faberge.
Celia Goodrick-Clarke trained as a textile designer in Birmingham and London and taught art and textile design in London. She has worked for a variety of magazines and weekly newspapers including Homes and Gardens, Sunday Express Magazine and Metropolitan Home.