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  • Enough (Size Matters)

    Materials: One single piece of mookaite Size: 12″h x 12″w Year: 2017 A follow-up to “(More than) Enough“, this piece takes the same approach–that is to say, using every single scrap of a single stone–to create a mosaic, but this time the message is one of restraint and not gathering stuff for stuff’s sake. Read […]

  • Pollan’s Rule (Mostly Plants)

    Materials: Bones, shale, dishes, gold smalti Size: 20.25″h x 15.25″w Year: 2017 This mosaic explores the climate impact of our food choices, specifically meat consumption. Read more about it here.

  • Wind power and solar power detail of mosaic about renewable energy by Julie Sperling

    Power Dynamic (Renewable Production, Mindful Consumption)

    Materials: Marble, limestone, sandstone, mudstone, litovi, smalti, knob and tube, shell, solar panel, petrified wood, shale, ceramic, miscellaneous stone Size: 22″h x 11″w Year: 2017 This mosaic explores how we produce and consume energy as an integral part of addressing climate change. Read more about it here.

  • Vintage Mirror Commission

    Materials: Vintage mirror, smalti, eramosa marble, marble, limestone, sandstone, ceramic Size: 24″ diameter Year: 2017 I was approached to make this mosaic from a vintage mirror that held a lot of sentimental value but that sadly got broken in a move. While I don’t often work in mirror (or glass), I can’t resist a material […]

  • (Un)Necessary Evil

    Materials: Limestone, marble, bituminous dolomite, coal, shale, salvaged glass, graffiti paint layers Size: 14″h x 14″w Year: 2017 A commissioned sister mosaic to “(Un)Acceptable Loss”, this oil spill–inspired mosaic is about the negative impacts that happen over the course of getting fossil fuels out of the ground and all the way to our homes, vehicles, […]

  • (More Than) Enough

    Materials: One single piece of limestone Size: 16″h x 12″w Year: 2016 Through an exploration of the notion of “enough”, this piece deals with the connection between consumption and climate change, and how simply consuming less can reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. Read the full explanation here.

  • (Un)Acceptable Loss

    Materials: Limestone, marble, unglazed porcelain, smalti, salvaged glass, graffiti paint layers Size: 11″h x 11″w Year: 2016 Inspired by an oil spill, this mosaic is about the negative impacts that happen over the course of getting fossil fuels out of the ground and all the way to our homes, vehicles, and industries. Read the full explanation here.

  • Siti and Fad’s Wedding Ampersand

    Materials: China, smalti, limestone, mudstone, thinset tesserae, typeset letter Size: 12″h x 10″w Year: 2015 A mosaic made as a wedding gift for a dear friend and her soulmate.

  • Shouting Into The Wind

    Materials: Shale, coal, rusted metal, 24-karat gold smalti Size: 6″h x 5.5″w each Year: 2015 Three small mosaics about the emotional side of climate science. Read the full explanation here.

  • Fossil Of The Day (From Leader To Laggard)

    Materials: Fossils, shale, slate, limestone, Eramosa marble, sandstone, brick, terracotta Size: 28″h x 12″w Year: 2015 A mosaic ode to the Fossil of the Day award. Read the full explanation here.

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