Saskia's mosaic sculpture finds a new home in the garden nestled next to the cabbages.
they both look beautiful!
|Jo and Nemo.|
Gael and her tweezers add another tile piece to her sea world masterpiece.
|Sali finishing the border of her beautiful mosaic|
|Alison and Dave making joint decisions.|
|Saskia - Heres looking at you!|
|Jo and Sas - working,chatting and drinking tea.|
|Olivia working in the sun. Hope the wedding goes well. Happy wishes to you and Hendrik|
|Tazia contemplating her lovely pot. Enjoy trekking around Mexico!!|
|Jo creating seaweed.....almost time to leave for Cambodia. We look forward to reading your blog about teaching in the orphange.|
I enjoyed meeting you all.
I hope you get to create many more mosaics and our paths cross again.
|Gael and Saskia polishing the mosaic getting it ready.|
|Little hands making magic|
|each panel tells a story|
|taken at midnight after grouting 36 panels to be ready for installing the next day. The head scarf is for preventing insects crawling into my ears.|
The community looked after us so well. We were overwhelmed by the kindness of everyone. Thank you Bollon.
les,gael and saskia
Mosaic funded by RADF Grant.
|Dynamo Alex - who secured a RADF grant for the Bollon State School P&C to fund the mosaic project.|
|Tanya, who put our names forward to do the project,Alex and Kristy.|
|Sue,Tanya,Kelly, Jennie and Kristy mosaicing up a storm.|
|Kristy's beautiful paver taking shape.....|
|Tikky and Lauren have a go at the direct method|
|Bill of Nullawokka Aboriginal Tours tries his hand at mosaicing. Gael and Saskia look focused on tile cutting.Tanya, head down, working on her stunning Crucifex frog design. Gael and Saskia were lucky to experience one of Bill's tours.|
|Tanya puts the finishing touches to her Crucifex frog|
|Kristy's finished paver|
|finished pavers waiting to be installed|
|Alex's tuft of grass|
|more pavers........each one different|
|Tanya's goldfish under a water ripple......|