I created this little gallery to make it much easier to see the posts on the blog relating to each mosaic. Just click on the title to see the post. Enjoy!
This shrine is my attempt at remembering a wonderful Hawaiian holiday.
The Geisha Shrine
A beautiful Japanese plate found at a garage sale was the inspiration for this Japanese Geisha shrine.
Meditative Buddha with Water Lilies
Found this Buddha as part of a broken lamp base on the back of a truck. A series of posts tell the story of the journey to the finished shrine.
The Foo Dog Mosaic Shrine
A pique assiette mosaic shrine that started with finding a Foo dog that just begged to be used in a mosaic
China Mosaic Shrine
A China mosaic in more ways than one. All the ingredients are China related. Blue Willow, a crane, a Buddha and fish chopstick rests.
Birds Love Fruits
An abundant collection of fruity dishes and phoney fruits inspired this very fruity shrine.
Cats and Roses Mosaic Shrine
A little shrine covered in roses and lovely cats.
Pique Assiette Stepping Stones
Nothing like walking through the garden on mosaic stepping stones. There's a tutorial too.
A Stepping Stone Tutorial, Helen's Way
My version of making stepping stones with broken dishes and tiles.
A pique assiette mosaic tray that I like to call the Toucan tray because the colors remind me of the colorful bird.
Abstract Square Mirror
An abstract composition with a few pieces of 50's dishes scattered in the mix
The Happy Trio
The gorgeous Japanese ornaments and little cat inspired this little pique assiette shrine.
Little Buddha Meditation Shrine
This shrine started with a gift of a broken antique Chinese bowl.
The Bridges of London
A plate with all the bridges of London inspired this little pique assiette mosaic.
An Underwater Mosaic
A teapot with a ocean theme was the start of this "fishy" mosaic
Bits and Pieces Abstract Mirror
An abstract jumble of pieces using intuitive composition
Purple and Yellow Pique Assiette Mosaic Bowl
The serpentine pattern that circles this bowl is made using the backs of plates.
Succulent Bowl in Pique Assiette Mosaic
The colors of the dishes used here were especially chosen to complement succulents.
Large Pique Assiette Mosaic Bowl in Sante Fe Colors.
Marbles, dishes in Sante Fe colors make up this intuitive Mosaic Bowl
Big Blue Pique Assiette Mosaic Bowl
A watery looking bowl with a serpentine mosaic circling it.
Mid Century Boomerang Mosaic Mirror
An idea for a Boomerang shaped mirror emerged from some 50's dishes.
Our First Mosaic Birdbath
This was the first ever thing we made in mosaic. A pretty ambitious project that turned out fine.
Spiral Beach Glass and Beach Pottery Bird Bath
The dish is done in a mosaic of beach glass since beach glass really only looks good wet. And the rest of the mosaic is Beach pottery. So smooth to touch.
Beach Pottery Bird Bath
a bird bath entirely covered in a beach pottery mosaic. There's even a little video about it's progress from start to finish
Pale Beach Pottery Mosaic Mirror
I used just the palest of beach pottery pieces to create this mosaic mirror frame.
Beach Pottery Mirror
A collection of colorful bits of beach pottery inspired this little mirror frame
The Mosaic Bunny Box
Mosaic Bunny Box with carrot tile and bunny ornaments
Kitchen Mosaic Backsplash
View of the left side of the kitchen backsplash
Mosaic Kitchen Backsplash
view of the right side of the backsplash
Close up of Kitchen Mosaic Backsplash
close up view of the left of the backsplash
Close up of Kitchen Mosaic Backsplash
a closer view of the right side of the backsplash
Pique Assiette Mosaic wall piece
Pique AssietteMosaic wall piece or table top by Will Bushell
Pique Assiette Mosaic Table top or Wall piece
Pique Assiette Mosaic wall piece or table top by Will Bushell
3 thoughts on “Mosaic Post Gallery”
I love the creative, intuitive colorful pieces. Thanks for the inspiration. I’m making a bowl with kids in transitional housing to sell at an auction, and working on my own with pique assiete on square tiles, to put – I’m not sure where yet. Thank you!!
I love the mosaic mirrors. Where did you find the wooden frame? I’ve looked and looked.
Hi Dona, Thank you for your comment. As for the frames, not sure which mirror you’re referring to, but for the wide frames we use a plywood board and glue a mirror onto it. Then we just mosaic around the mirror. You can also cut out plywood into any shape for your frame that way. The little square mosaic mirrors done with beach pottery are just those ubiquitous IKEA mirrors you can get for $5 anywhere.