Mosaic Stepping StonesPosted on : October 16, 2013
Thanks to all of you who attended the Mosaic Stepping Stone class at The Arbor Gate! I thought I would share a few photos that I hope will inspire you to create your own unique work of art.
Peace & love,
My original inspiration: Mosaics from the pathways at the Lan Su Chinese Garden in Portland, Oregon.
Above: One of the first stepping stones I made.
Below: working through styles and colors
Above: This simple turtle stone is one of my favorites.
Below: That “initials stone” that I never liked.
Above: Parker County Master Gardener Carol Welch worked out a contemporary design.
Below: This was my attempt at an Oriental Style stone. Probably not authentic, but I like it!
Three informal, fun designs, and my best Texas Star design. (It took a lot of time and patience!)
My “Muppet” look after cutting all those curved tiles!
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