July 8th – August 30th
In the spring of 2009, I began to make mosaics choosing to work in the indirect method, a technique that I have employed ever since. For the indirect method, I place my materials face-side-down on sticky paper, not knowing the final results of my design until I turn the piece over into a bed of cement. It is through a certain controlled randomness, a willingness to cede one’s expectations to gravitational forces and the power of sticky tape that I apply the indirect technique to expand the boundaries of this art form.
This is a process of chance, choice, and discovery.
Learn more about Isabel Margolin
Come see a live demonstration Saturday, July 24th at 1:30 PM at Hope and Feathers! Learn about the indirect method and help Isabel create a sparkling mosaic. To RSVP click here.
PLEASE NOTE: walk-ins are welcome for the gallery. Masks optional.