Mosaic Round Mirror in Ebony by Angie Heinrich, Zetamari Mosaic Artworks
Angie Heinrich of Zetamari Mosaic Artworks creates this beautiful mosaic round mirror in cobalt drop. She uses traditional mosaic techniques, arranging hundreds of glass tiles, beads, and patterned metal onto a sturdy birch plywood backing. Then she applies colored cement to fill in the spaces between the tiles. Her rich color sense makes every mirror a work of art. This piece can be hung vertically or horizontally. Hanging hardware is included.
- Handcrafted in the USA
- Available Sizes:
A. 13" Round
B. 19" Round
C. 24" Round
D. 30" Round
E. 14" x 20" Oval
F. 18" x 22" Oval
G. 22" x 28" Oval
Dimensions include mirror and frame
- Different sizes will have slightly different design make ups
- Made to order
- Signed by the artist
- Shipping: approximately two to four weeks
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2. Ground Shipping Charges: 0 - - $99.99 = - $18.00 (USPS, FedEx, and UPS only)
3. Freight Charges: Larger items, for example, furniture.
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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.
About Angie Heinrich creator of Zetamari Mosaic ArtWorks
Angie Heinrich has been creating mosaic art and teaching those techniques since 1998. Angie is inspired by the rhythm and symmetry of Moroccan art and architecture, especially the sparkling glass tiles and beads. She studied with masters of the art in Italy and Spain. Her inspiration comes from the magic of the medium.
Angie's journey with this art form is intensely spiritual as she strives to express an interconnected world where seemingly small and inconsequential experiences affect the whole. Mosaic is a medium that is effective at illustrating how carefully shaped pieces can unite with other tesserae to create something rich with texture, color, and meaning. There’s something special about mosaic as it offers a detailed and holistic view simultaneously.