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This is an original, one of a kind mosaic Sugar Skull. I used vintage treasures that I had been saving for years on this baby! This truly unique piece is currently available for purchase, email me (Amy) at email@example.com for details.
Measurements: 26″W x 12″H x 2.5″D
Materials: Particle board, vintage china, vintage typewriter keys, glass beads, ceramic rosettes, mirrored stained glass, vintage odd fellows pin, styrofoam, adhesive, tile grout.
Date Completed: October 2014
Here are some new mosaic pieces that will be for sale at City Market this coming Sunday, June 14 from 10-5 in Armory Square, Syracuse.
Viva Sweet Love screen printed goods will be available as well. As many of you know, I’ve been recovering from two hip replacement surgeries…doing awesome, however, no new VSL designs yet…but tons of seconds and slightly imperfects and lots on sale for the Viva Sweet Love goodies. Central New York folks: Please come out if you can- it would be so lovely to see you…seriously, I’m not kidding!!
For those of you living outside CNY, I don’t have an online shop yet for my mosaic pieces. However, if anyone is interested in purchasing a mosaic piece, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss the details.
Project: Two large sculptural Silver Wings
Dimensions: each wing approx. 42″L x 22″W
Materials: Particle board, foam insulation, various mirrored glasses, glass rain drops, construction adhesive, tile grout
Date Completed: October 2008 –This piece was privately commissioned and has been SOLD.
© Amy Fancher
Project: A full length mosaic mirror made with souvenir state plates and recycled china for the totally hip and fun store, RazzBarry in Armory Square, Syracuse, New York
Project: Design over sized mirrors for Industry hair salon, Syracuse, New York
Materials: Particle board, ceramic tile, styrofoam, recycled china, glass nuggets, mirror, construction adhesive, tile grout
Dimensions: approx. 60″H x 28″W
Date Completed: April 1999
© Amy Fancher