Renowned Canadian artist Lilian Broca’s monumental mosaic series, “The Queen Esther Mosaics” celebrated in a stunning new book – The Hidden and the Revealed: The Queen Esther Mosaics of Lilian Broca – Vancouver, BC

Lilian Broca Mosaic Book Cover

Renowned Canadian artist Lilian Broca’s
monumental mosaic series,
“The Queen Esther Mosaics”
celebrated in a stunning new book

The Hidden and the Revealed:
The Queen Esther Mosaics of Lilian Broca

One of the most exquisite series of mosaics in contemporary art is celebrated in a newly released, lavishly illustrated large format book entitled The Hidden and the Revealed: The Queen Esther Mosaics of Lilian Broca. Published by Gefen Publishing House of Jerusalem and New York, the book marks the culmination of a journey that began in 2002 with the first completed work in the series.

Queen  Esther Revealing Her True Identity - mosaic detail 2 - Lilian Broca

Queen Esther Revealing Her True Identity - mosaic detail 2 - Lilian Broca

In a stirring testament to the significance of Broca’s masterpiece, renowned American artist and feminist Judy Chicago writes in the book’s preface: “The Queen Esther Mosaics by Lilian Broca contribute to the vital historic task of what the biblical scholar Naomi Graetz called for in S/He Created Them: Feminist Retelling of Biblical Tales (Chapel Hill, NC: Professional Press, 1993): ‘…to put woman’s voice back where it should have been in the first place.’”

Esther's Offering - mosaic detail 4 - Lilian Broca

Esther's Offering - mosaic detail 4 - Lilian Broca

The ten monumentally sized works in the series retell the biblical story of Esther in dazzling detail, using the finest of Italian colored mosaic glass, plus gold leaf and other precious materials. The work won the prestigious Lorenzo de’ Medici medal at the 2003 Florence Biennale.

Haman Leading Mordechai on Royal Horse - mosaic detail 5 - Lilian Broca

Haman Leading Mordechai on Royal Horse - mosaic detail 5 - Lilian Broca

In addition to showcasing the spectacular mosaics, the book includes a chapter by art historian Sheila Campbell comparing Broca’s interpretation of the Esther story to that of other artists such as Rembrandt and Artemisia Gentileschi, and a highly evocative epic prose poem written in the voice of Esther by rabbi and scholar Yosef Wosk.

Queen Esther Seeking Permission to Speak - mosaic detail 9 - Lilian Broca

Queen Esther Seeking Permission to Speak - mosaic detail 9 - Lilian Broca

The book begins with Vancouver artist Broca’s own lively description of her emigration from war-torn Romania to Israel and ultimately to Canada. She goes on to reveal what led her to tell the story of Esther in the medium of mosaics, describing as well the meticulous process involved in using ancient artistic techniques with a contemporary sensibility. The book is rounded out with the full text of Esther in handsomely calligraphed Hebrew alongside an English translation.

Queen esther Seeking Permission to Speak - mosaic detail 12 - Lilian Broca

Queen esther Seeking Permission to Speak - mosaic detail 12 - Lilian Broca

As Broca writes, “I trust that this series, the final segment that completes a circle in my life’s artistic creation, would please the old Byzantine masters. And in doing so, I also hope my mosaics have brought new light to the fascinating, multifaceted story of Esther.”

Queen Esther Seeking Permission to speak in Progress - mosaic detail 9 - Lilian Broca

Queen Esther Seeking Permission to speak in Progress - mosaic detail 9 - Lilian Broca

The Hidden and the Revealed: The Queen Esther Mosaics of Lilian Broca
Lilian Broca, Sheila Campbell, Yosef Wosk
Published by Gefen Publishing House Ltd., Israel and New York
ISBN: 9789652295606
$35, hardcover
Available Nov. 1, 2011 at Mosaic Art Source

or if you’re like me & can’t wait,
please go ahead & 
pre-order this
“must have” for mosaic artists everywhere
right now at:

The Hidden and The Revealed; The Queen Esther Mosaics of Lilian Broca

Queen Esther with Mordechai - mosaic detail 4 - Lilian Broca

Queen Esther with Mordechai - mosaic detail 4 - Lilian Broca

BOOK LAUNCH & RECEPTION

Lilian Broca, Sheila Campbell and Yosef Wosk
The Hidden and the Revealed: The Queen Esther Mosaics of Lilian Broca
Sunday, November 27 – 8:00PM
Norman Rothstein Theatre
950 West 41st Avenue
Vancouver (604) 257 5111

Queen esther with Mordechai in progress - mosaic detail 4 - Lilian Broca

Queen esther with Mordechai in progress - mosaic detail 4 - Lilian Broca

For more information or high-res images from the book and series,
or to schedule an interview with any of the contributors, please contact:
Michaela Cornell, publicist (Toronto, Canada)
mcornell@rogers.com/647-274-6112

Lilian Broca in her art studio working on last mosaic

Lilian Broca in her art studio working on last mosaic

Contributors

Artist Lilian Broca’s career has spanned three decades, including thirteen years teaching painting and drawing. A recipient of the 2003 Florence Biennale gold medal, her work has been featured in sixty-five exhibitions in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Celebrated for her spirited exploration of contemporary societal issues in a variety of media, Broca draws on historical iconography, legends, and popular myths.

Archaeologist, art historian, and curator Sheila Campbell has published widely on ancient and contemporary mosaics and Byzantine art. A Professor Emerita at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto, she has curated many exhibitions, including a showcase of the Scuola di Mosaici (Friuli, Italy) at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Scholar, rabbi and former Simon Fraser University professor Yosef Wosk took inspiration from Broca’s mosaics to create a lyrical prose poem in the voice of Esther. The prose is accompanied by notes illuminating Wosk’s extensive investigation of biblical and mythological aspects of the Esther story.

Call for Artists – Deadline Oct. 31, 2011- Only one week left to apply! – SAMA Mosaic Arts International 2012 – March 1 – April 30, 2012 – Lexington, Kentucky

CALL FOR ARTISTS – Deadline Oct. 31, 2011!

SAMA - Society of American Mosaic Artists

Mosaic Arts International 2012
SAMA’s Annual International Juried Exhibition
The Lexington Center Museum and Gallery, Lexington, Kentucky
March 1 – April 30, 2012

The Society of American Mosaic Artists (SAMA) invites artists working in mosaic media to submit applications to Mosaic Arts International(MAI) 2012. Held in conjunction with SAMA’s annual conference, the juried exhibit presents the best in contemporary mosaics from SAMA’s diverse international membership. Mosaic Arts International 2012 will be held March 1 – April 30, 2012 at The Lexington Center Museum and Gallery in Lexington, Kentucky. The newly renovated space is located in the heart of Lexington and is in the center of the Lexington Center Complex which also houses the Lexington Convention Center, a shopping center and Rupp Arena. Mosaic Arts International will be the first fine art exhibition featured in this gallery. Mosaic Arts International unites compelling materials, innovative design and masterful technique currently explored by a selection of the best international artists working in the medium. The Society of American Mosaic Artists is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and promoting excellence in mosaic arts.

Click here for PROSPECTUS

Calendar

September 2, 2011: Digital Submission period opens on www.juriedartservices.com
October 31, 2011 Digital Submission Deadline ($45 entry fee through 10/28/11 $50 late entry fee 10/29-31/11)
November 25, 2011 Notification of acceptance e-mailed
February 13-15, 2012 Accepted works must be received at the Lexington Center Gallery and Museum, including hand- delivered and shipped March 1st through April 30th, 2012 Exhibition (works must remain in exhibits for the entire length of the show)
March 2, 2012 Artist Reception at the Lexington Center Gallery and Museum
March 20, 2012 All work at LCGM shipped back by this date

Jurors (alphabetically)

Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, Professor of Art, University of Kentucky, Lexington
Josh Blanc, Handmade Tile Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota
3rd Juror TBA

There will be a new Award and Category structure for 2012! READ the Prospectus COMPLETELY!

Awards – Totaling $5000

Best in Show $2000
Innovation in Mosaics $1200
Members’ Choice $300
Juror’s Awards (3 given) $500

New MAI Category Definitions

Wall Mosaics – Mosaics that are mounted to a vertical flat surface that are 2 dimensional panels, bas relief panels, or wall sculptures.
Freestanding Mosaics – Mosaics that are sculptural or 3 dimensional in form that stand by themselves on a pedestal or floor surface.
Large Scale Mosaics – Mosaics in the Wall Mosaic and Freestanding Mosaic categories that are too large to be shipped or exhibited in a gallery and are not attached to a fixed structure or building. To be exhibited by photograph.
Architectural Mosaics – Mosaics that are permanently attached to a fixed structure or building that are typically a commission or public art. To be exhibited by photograph.

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Made your Reservations for the American Mosaic Summit Yet?

Hyatt Regency Lexington
401 West High Street,
Lexington, Kentucky, USA 40507
Tel: +1 859 253 1234 Fax: +1 859 254 7430
Rate: $129 per night Single/Double Occupancy; $139 per night Triple/Quad Occupancy
Call: 800.233.1234(ask for Society of American Mosaic Artists rate) or go to hyatt.com(group # to be determined) to make reservations. Reservation cutoff date is January 27, 2012.

Yes, there has been a change of venue for Mosaic Arts International since we first announced we were headed to Lexington. We were presented with a golden opportunity to present MAI in a newly renovated space in Lexington Center that would allow the exhibition to be extended for a longer period and accomdate more work. We are still working with the University of Kentucky Department of Fine Arts and are very excited about this new opportunity!

So…..this year, for the first time, The Host Hotel, Conference and Exhibition locations are located all under one Roof!

Stained Glass Mosaic Art – Contemporary Mosaic Portraiture – Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris – Santee, California

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Soloist Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Soloist Mosaic

Soloist
Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris
Medium: Stained glass mosaic
Dimensions: 14” x 15½”

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Soloist Mosaic - Angled View

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Soloist Mosaic - Angled View

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Soloist Mosaic WIP

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Soloist Mosaic WIP

Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Mosaic Quest Website

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris

“I was born in the country side of Japan. I was a child who loves drawing, reading, singing and talking. When my friends were studying I was daydreaming and when they were playing I was playing. I graduated from Seian University of Art and Design in Kyoto in 1988. My major was Fiber art, Textile art, and weaving, although I fell in love with Glass art while I was still in school, I never had a chance to work with it until very recently. Currently I am working as a mosaic artist in Santee, CA.”

wife's concern

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Wife's Concern Mosaic

Wife’s Concern
Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris
Medium: Stained glass mosaic
Dimensions: 18½” x 15¾”

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Wife's Concern Mosaic Detail - WIP

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Wife's Concern Mosaic Detail - WIP

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Adam's Mosaic Portrait

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Adam's Mosaic Portrait

Adam’s Portrait
Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris
Medium: Stained glass mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Adam's Portrait - Mosaic Detail

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Adam's Portrait - Mosaic Detail

A portrait of a small boy. Faces of children are difficult to depict due to less facial feature.

Pancakes for MOM

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Pancakes for Mom Mosaic

Pancakes for Mom
Medium: Stained glass mosaic
Dimensions: 15” x 13”

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Pancakes for Mom - Mosaic Detail

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Pancakes for Mom - Kitchen Counter Mosaic Detail

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - In The Field

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - In The Field

In The Field
Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris
Medium: Stained glass mosaic
Dimensions: 13¾” x 11½”

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - In The Field - Mosaic WIP

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - In The Field - Mosaic WIP

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Between You and Me - Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Between You and Me - Mosaic

Secret Between You and Me
Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris
Medium: stained glass mosaic
Dimensions: 27½” x 19″

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Between You and Me - WIP Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Between You and Me - WIP Mosaic

Mosaic on mesh

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Between You and Me - Face Detail

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Between You and Me - Face Detail

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Garden Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Garden Mosaic

Secret Garden
Mosaic Artist – Atsuko Laskaris
Medium: Stained glass mosaic
Dimensions: 12½” x 15”

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Garden Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Atsuko Laskaris - Secret Garden - Mosaic Detail

“Mosaic – A Modern Interpretation of Ancient Art” – Mosaic Exhibit – Mosaicista – Iwona Lorenzini – Nuremberg Fliesenloft – Nuremberg, Germany

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Eye Mosaic | 95x60 cm direct technique

As the great philosopher Aristotle said in ancient times, “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts”. With this wisdom, he unknowingly provided us with the best description for the special allure of mosaics, how much more accurately could one put this unique art form into words?

Mosaic Studio - Iwona Lorenzini - Eye Mosaic | 95x60 cm direct technique

Mosaic Studio - Iwona Lorenzini - Eye Mosaic | 95x60 cm direct technique

Mosaics have accompanied mankind for many centuries, and we haven’t lost our fascination with them at all. Quite the contrary;  artists today still implement the classic techniques from the early Greek / Roman culture to form contemporary mosaic art.

Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Marilyn Munroe Mosaic | 50x60 cm

We invite you to a fascinating exhibition of original mosaics of artist Iwona Lorenzini.

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Elvis Presley Mosaic

MOSAIC – A MODERN INTERPRETATION OF ANCIENT ART

- Exhibition of Mosaic Artist -
Iwona Lorenzini

Nuremberg Fliesenloft

29 September-15 October 2011

The artist Iwona Lorenzini will be present during the exhibition working on small objects. Experience her process up close, see how the harmony of the whole reveals itself only when every part has found its place.

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Klimt Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Klimt Mosaic

We look forward to meeting you and enjoying many interesting conversations with culinary delicacies from Friuli, the adopted home of the artist.

In Volo Sul Golfo Mentre Le Case Si Tuffano In Mare - mosaic

MOSAIC ARTIST – IWONA LORENZINI

Born on 27 June 1976 in Wroclaw
Lives and works in San Daniele, Friuli

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Contemporary Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Contemporary Mosaic

Education
09/2007 – 06/2010 Mosaicisti Scuola del Friuli -
for graduate training Mosaicista

Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Portrait of Oskar Kokoschka

Focus: Mosaic, Terrazzo, art
history, drawing and geometry,
material technology, computer graphics

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Donna | 45x45 cm direct technique

Experience
08/2010 – 10/2010 commissioned work for wall
and floor mosaic in Marseille, Dijon / France

10/2010 – 11/2010 commissioned work for
mosaic floor in Bucharest / Romania

03/2011 – 05/2011 Design for furniture with mosaic for
“Gallery van Loon & Simons” in Vught / The Netherlands

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Contemporary Mosaic

Mosaic Artist - Iwona Lorenzini - Contemporary Mosaic

The 2011 Orsoni International Mosaic Fine Art Award Winner: Julian Modica – France. Honorable Mention: Erika Haaland – Brazil. Finalists: Cynthia Fisher, Michael Welch & Rebecca Quattrone – USA.

The 2011 Orsoni International Mosaic Fine Art Award

Orsoni Smalti Veneziani is proud to announce the winners of the Orsoni Prize 2011, the International Award for Mosaic Fine Art. The Grand Prize has been awarded to Julian Modica for his portrait, Frank Zappa. Modica will receive Euro 1,000 and a trip to Venice, Italy to attend a 1 week Master in Mosaic workshop at Orsoni.

Frank Zappa Mosaic - Julian Modica Marseille, France Orsoni Grand Prize Winner

Julian Modica
Marseille, France
“Frank Zappa”
Smalti Mosaic
50x50cm

Artist’s statement:
“In this work I combine different shades of primary colours together to create the colour of the skin. The interesting part of it is, how the eye of the spectator is re-organising the different colours to a unique colour.” 

The jurors, Lucio Orsoni, Honorary President – Angelo Orsoni and Pino Bisazza, President – Trend Group chose ‘Frank Zappa’ because of the artist’s exceptional success in “giving an extraordinary mosaic atmosphere through the choice of a subject which is certainly not ‘mosaic’”.

"Gold Leave" Mosaic - Erika V Haaland - Sao Paulo, Brazil

Orsoni Honorable Mention

Erika V Haaland
Sao Paulo, Brazil
“Gold Leave”
Smalti Mosaic
124×84,5cm

Artist’s statement:
“Leaves are the most motivating theme for me. I balance cold and hot colors. Gold is very representative in my work, it means an inner glow and strength that I feel when I’m doing my mosaic. In this panel I used three types of Orsoni Gold tiles and seven different types of Orsoni Smalti.” 

Finalist, Erika Haaland was chosen for evoking “the feeling of autumn with the use of the smalti colours and the luminosity of gold mosaic” in Gold Leave. Erica V Haaland will receive 3 kilos of Orsoni 24 k gold mosaic.

Orsoni Finalists

CYNTHIA FISHER - "Stochastic Processes" Mosaic

Cynthia L Fisher
Charlemont, MA – USA
“Stochastic Processes”
Smalti Mosaic
65×54.5cm

Michael Welch - mosaic art

Michael Welch
Wakefield, MA – USA
“Timeless Vortex- Antelope Canyon”
Smalti Mosaic
38x61cm

Rebecca Quattrone - mosaic art

Rebecca Quattrone
Shrewsbury, MA – USA
“Battito – Pulse”
Smalti Mosaic
68.6×134.5x13cm

We would like to thank all the artists that participated in the Orsoni Prize this year. The mosaics showed an amazing array of unique talent and accomplishment. All submissions will be posted on the Orsoni Fan Page on Facebook, Orsoni Smalti Veneziani.

With our warmest congratulations and appreciation,

The Orsoni Staff

2011 Orsoni International Mosaic Fine Art Award

ArtPrize 2011 – Mosaics Win – 1st Place $250,000 – Mia Tavonatti – “Crucifixion” Mosaic – 2nd Place $100,000 – Tracy Van Duinen – “Metaphorest” Mosaic Mural

Mosaics Take Top Prizes at ArtPrize 2011

"Crucifixion" by Mia Tavonatti at the DeVos Place

Mia Tavonatti's "Crucifixion" mosaic awarded ArtPrize 2011 - 1st place

1st Place – $250,000

Mia Tavonatti – “Crucifixion” Mosaic

Mia Tavonatti by Rex Larsen | The Grand Rapids Press

ArtPrize 2011’s $250,000 grand prize was awarded to mosaic artist Mia Tavonatti. (pictured above accepting award) Mia won the hearts of the voting public with her incredibly intricate stained-glass mosaic “Crucifixion”.

Tracy Van Duinen "Metaphorest"

Tracy Van Duinen “Metaphorest” – mosaic mural – ArtPrize 2011 – 2nd Place

2nd Place  – $100,000

Tracy Van Duinen – “Metaphorest” Mosaic Mural

Tracy Van Duinen by Rex Larsen | The Grand Rapids Press

Tracy Van Duinen’s team won the $100,000 2nd place prize for their whimsical mixed-media mosaic mural “The Metaphorest Project”. (Tracy pictured above accepting award)

Congratulations Mia & Tracy!

ArtPrize 2011 Top 10 – “The Metaphorest Project” Mosaic Mural Artists – Tracy Van Duinen – Todd Osborne – Phil Schuster – Andy Bellomo – Grand Rapids, Michigan

Tracy Van Duinen "Metaphorest"

ArtPrize 2011 Top 10 - Tracy Van Duinen "Metaphorest" - mixed media mosaic mural

Wall art - took 10 months

ArtPrize 2011 Top 10 - Tracy Van Duinen "Metaphorest" - mixed media mosaic mural

ArtPrize 2011

ArtPrize 2011 MetaPhorest Mosaic - Tracy VanDuinen

Grand Rapids 213

"Metaphorest" - Mosaic Detail - mixed media mosaic mural

ArtPrize 2011

"Metaphorest" - Mosaic Face Detail - mixed media mosaic mural

The Metaphorest face

"Metaphorest" - Mosaic Face Detail - mosaic mural

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"Metaphorest" - Mosaic Face Detail - mixed media mosaic mural

ArtPrize 2011 – Top 10

Title: Metaphorest

Art form: 2-D, 3-D

Medium: Multi media mosaic mural

Year created: 2011

Description of work: Is a metaphorical tribute to the potential building power of the arts and Grand Rapid’s youth. Meta-Phorest is a large-scale public artwork that will be produced in conjunction with the West Michigan Center for Arts & Technology’s faculty, staff, students, and the greater Grand Rapids community. We will be hosting several workshops for communities around the city for people, young and old, to create a unique element for the inclusion in the mural.

Metaphorest

"Metaphorest" - Reaching for the Stars Mosaic Detail

MetaPhorest

"Metaphorest" - Ladder to the Stars Mosaic Detail

Process

"Metaphorest" - What's going on up there? Mosaic Detail

You can follow the team’s ArtPrize statistics at their personal page and read more about their 2011 submission here.  As for voting on the work – unfortunately you must register in person, but for those of you already registered or in the area – Week 2 voting ends 11:59PM, October 5… don’t forget to vote.  Good Luck Guys!

Tracy Van Duinen

Emily Zoladz / The Grand Rapids Press - Tracy Van Duinen, stands in front the sketch of his 2011 ArtPrize entry, titled "Metaphorest"

Mosaic Artist – Tracy Van Duinen

Tracy Van Duinen was co-lead for the 2nd place 2009 Artprize entry Imagine That. He has recently completed Happiness Is for the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Lobby. Van Duinen, a Kendall College of Art & Design graduate, works in the Chicago Public Schools using public art to help urban teenagers connect with their community.

Tracy Van Duinen's mural "Imagine That!" - Artprize 2009

Tracy Van Duinen's mosaic mural "Imagine That!" - Artprize 2009

Todd Osborne is co-lead for Imagine That and Happiness is at the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. He has been teaching art on the South side of Chicago for the past six years. Osborne and Van Duinen have been working with inner-city youth to create large-scale multimedia murals on blighted underpasses and playgrounds all over Chicago.

Happiness Is ...

Happiness Is ... What makes you happy? Hundreds of children helped artists Tracey VanDuinen and Todd Osbourne define happiness in this massive bricolage mural - the centerpiece of the lobby. The mural is 160 feet long and 19 feet high.

Phil Schuster is a sculptor with over 25 years experience in creating bas-relief sculptures and public art environments. Schuster has made innovative works involving communities of large scale, site-specific artworks. Schuster has made dozens of unique art installations, creating whimsical concrete gardens in urban spaces.

Happiness Is ...

What makes you happy? Hundreds of children helped artists Tracey VanDuinen and Todd Osbourne define happiness in this massive mosaic mural

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