Window Mosaics

At first glance, each sea glass mosaic is similar to a stained glass window.  Upon closer inspection, you’ll notice that each piece of sea glass is not cut or altered, and unlike stained glass each mosaic is limited to the color palette of pure sea glass.  In addition, large chunks of sea glass pop out beyond the flat plane of each mosaic, giving a three dimensional life to the images.

“Southern Cross”

15 3/4″ x 27 3/4″

Sun sets on the Southern Cross.  Although this photo is a little blurry, you can get the feel of all the colors used in the Southern Cross.

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Ken May 5, 2011 at 11:10 pm

My wife, Cherri, & I will be visiting Maui this coming September. This will be our 4th trip to Maui over the last 7 years. On our 1st visit Maui, in 2005, we happened up on the Viewpoints Gallery, while awaiting our dinner reservations at the Hali’imaile General Store. As our 10th anniversary occured during our visit & because Cherri had not had sufficent time to shop prior to our trip; she indicated that if I found anything that I particuliarly liked to let her know. Well as it so happened we came across Julie’s piece that had won the East Maui Watershed Partnership art show. I was so taken by it that we purchased on the spot. Afterward we had seen a couple of other pieces that Julie had done in a shop across the street. In subquent visits to Maui, we have gone back to Makawao to look for additional pieces, but each time were dispointed because we were unable to find any. So I was extremely excited, when searching the web in preparation for our upcoming trip back to Maui, to find that you now have a gallery in Makawao. Visiting your gallery will be one of my highlights.


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