We’re a thousand miles from comfort, we have traveled land and sea
But as long as you are with me, there’s no place I’d rather be…
The Purple Frog thinks that’s one feeling worth living for and the other is what Geeta Cooper feels about her love for Mosaic.
“Unlimited choices in scale, texture, reflection and spacing keep my mind racing at different levels all at once. It is engrossing, time consuming, challenging and intense, but I would not give it up for anything in the world.”
Here’s Geeta Cooper of The Mosaic Hut
Discovered this art in 2002. A self-taught skill mastered with a lot of practice and now with an impressive portfolio of designs and products.
For me being an artist is who and what I am, but who I never thought I would become.
The ancient art of Mosaic has been used for thousands of years to decorate places of worship, from Roman temples to Byzantine Cathedrals and Persian mosques. Today mosaics are ubiquitous, and as beautiful and can be seen in parks, museums, hotels and homes.
Mosaics can be described as the art of decorating surfaces with designs made up of small, closely placed pieces of hard material such as tile, stone or glass.
Inspired from my everyday life experiences; the things I see or do, the people I interact with and the places I visit…
Putting together bits of color and texture, tesserae (pieces of tile mirror, glass or similar materials) to assemble each piece requires adept skill and time. I assemble my work piece by piece, building a world to get lost in or even found in.
She can create almost any design…