Ginalimosaics ~ artisan this week~

05 October 2011


I like to see new artisan on my blog, so I can feature them and also it give me the pleasure to see all the nice work from artisans here and all over the world.

Gina (Ginalimosaics)is a mosaic artist and sea glass jewellery designer, she love collecting materials for her artwork and her jewellery on the beaches of Greece. Gina lived there for 20 years and enjoys yearly vacations in Greece now, in particular Rhodes, Greece.  It is full of treasures on the beaches from the Aegean Sea.
Gina incorporates sea glass, beach glass, beach ceramics, shells, beach pottery, into her jewellery and mosaics. Gina also use stained glass, glass pebbles, glass beads, ceramic tile and crystals in both mosaics and jewellery designs.
Gina started in 2008 making a small mosaic glass table, so she got the bug in her and couldn’t stop and finally had so many tables and mirrors she decided to try and sell them and show them in art shows
Gina has another passion, picture frames and Christmas ornaments.

You can see Gina (Ginalimosaics) here also:

http://www.ginalimosaics.com


                                 Beach Pottery Necklace long unique blue terracotta

 


                             

 

                                  Statement bib necklace purple black animal print

 

                             

 

                        

                                      Green Sea Glass Necklace silver charms long

                                          

 

                                      Green Sea Glass Necklace silver charms long

                                     


 

                                      



 

 

 

         

 


2 comments:

Shadow Dog Designs said...

What an interesting interview and such beautiful work from a very talented artist. Thanks for sharing her with us, Elaine!

Ginalimosaics said...

Sweet Elaine, this is my 3rd attempt at commenting and I just hope it goes through this time. Thank you so very much for the feature. I never got a notice of it but happen to come across it in a google search. My apologies for the delay in writing and I thank you for the lovely feature.
Gina