Isidora Paz López

A Chilean artist renowned for transforming city streets into vibrant mosaic landscapes, López is known for her extensive public art projects, including the embellishment of 83 pillars in Puente Alto

Doreen Adams

 Based in Malibu, Adams is known for her colorful mosaics which she describes as “painting with glass,” creating scenes like the Mad Hatter’s tea party from Alice in Wonderland

Lilian Broca

A Vancouver-based artist, Broca creates large-scale mosaic glass artworks inspired by historical and biblical iconography, blending Eastern Roman Byzantine art with her own roots

Gwendolyn Cates

Cates pushes the boundaries of traditional mosaic art by creating three-dimensional sculptural pieces, often inspired by natural forms

Isabelle de Borchgrave

This Belgian artist reimagines the mosaic art form by blending it with traditional painting techniques, creating compositions reminiscent of paintings using tesserae

Peter Mason

A UK artist who creates pop art mosaics entirely from postage stamps, with influences from Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, Mason’s work includes portraits and landscapes

Jason Middlebrook

From New York, Middlebrook's mosaics can take mythic proportions, like his giant tentacle-like root forms covered in glass or stone, inspired by artists like Louis Comfort Tiffany and Antoni Gaudí​

Julie Richey

Known for her contemporary mosaic art, Richey’s mosaics and sculptures have been exhibited widely, including at the biennial Ravenna Mosaico festival

Marie-Laure Besson

 This French artist's mosaics illustrate conceptual and figurative connections, using materials like enamels, glass, marble, quartz, and pearls

Lluís Bru i Salelles

A Spanish artist from the Art Nouveau era, Bru is known for his elegant tile designs that can be seen in various modernist buildings in Spain​