New Work in the Old Pueblo

So it’s February.  January flew by.  I feel I was only present for half of January because what ever was going around…..you name it, I caught it!  I am glad to see January ’16 leave. And good riddance.

Meanwhile, I have been busy with new designs for an up coming tile mosaic job I have been hired to create.  It’s always exciting to have a new challenge, a reprieve from the daily bread and butter.

I will give you a sneak preview…..based on the mural I designed and created for a Rocky Point, Mexico sea side residence over the summer/ 2015.  I apologize for the lousy photos.  The whole image was difficult to capture the perspective in the area it was installed.   A stair well.

 

 

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Cactus Garden mural 6 ft. x 2 ft. total 
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Cactus Garden tile mural

 

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Rocky Point Desert Landscape tile mural

 

The Saguaro flowers, Aloe plant and birds are low relief.  The mural is contour grouted.

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Cactus Garden tile mural

This is phase 1 of the project.  There are  more tiles to be placed above: sky/ soaring birds/ clouds/ sun and rays.

Once phase 2 is installed I will post more pics.

Installation for the new mural will be in April, if all goes well.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. The mural is beautiful Robin! It already looks gorgeous, adding sky and birds…. wow I can’t wait to see it when you are finished.

    We’re glad January is over too. It was a tough one. I hope and pray that the rest of 2016 is healthier and happier for all of us. Stay warm and healthy and happy.

    Big hug,

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    1. Thanks Cindy. I hope you are being inspired and having fun with your beautiful doggy.

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