Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural – San Francisco
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Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakeley tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakely tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source


Ellen Blakely tempered glass mosaic tile mural detail – San Francisco on Flickr – mosaic art source

Mosaic Artist – Ellen Blakeley

“In 1993 I developed my shattered glass technique. I use recycled safety glass (tempered glass) as a form of mosaic. With paint, words, photographs, leaves, metallic powders and an endless supply of other materials, I create a drawing or collage beneath the surface of the glass. Like a body of water, glass can keep your eye on the surface as it reflects the light, or invite your eye below the surface when it absorbs the light. The play of surface and depth is a game I never get tired of. In the past nine years, I have used the technique for: walls, floors, windows, chandeliers, countertops, backsplashes, tables, bowls, mirrors, garden rocks, coasters, bases, sculptures, and large outdoor murals.”

Ellen Blakeley Studio

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