Next Up, Art Under the Stars Maitland Rotary Art Festival

 November 11-13, 2022 find me in Maitland at the Art Under the Starts Maitland Rotary Art Festival. This one takes place around Lake Lily. Come out and support this community and enjoy local art and music. I will be there with as much art as will fit in our cars. See you there!



Facebook Page Now Live

 Did you know I have now set up a Facebook Page specifically for my art. Find it here: https://www.facebook.com/haveglasswillmosaic  . Please follow and like to see what is new with my art. #facebook #artistonfacebook #artist #supportartists #glassmosaics #fusedglass #newart #haveglass_willmosaic


Find me in Charlottesville Virginia in October!

Mark your calendars and make travel plans for October. I will be participating in the Crozet Arts and Crafts Festival. With over 120 Fine Artists and Contemporary Craft Artisans exhibiting from around the country,  the Crozet Arts and Crafts Festivals are Central Virginia’s premier juried Arts and Crafts event. The Festivals take place twice annually – in May and October – and feature local food, Virginia wine and beer, live music from local performers, children’s activities, and more at beautiful Claudius Crozet Park in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 


2023 Commision List is OPEN!

 I am now accepting requests for private commissions for 2023. If you are interested in having your own original mosaic or fused glass art, please reach out to schedule time to evaluate your project. This is the time to get that custom business logo, home decor, office decor, home office decor, etc.. I will be in Los Angeles area from August 8-12, 2023 and scheduling initial consultaions.

African American Mermaid Mosaic with Shells and Sand

Custom Work Example


PRO TIP 1- Advice from Someone Who Has Made Almost Every Mistake Trying to Mosaic With Glass

 Nippers vs Scorers/Running Pliers: Both are used to cut glass (and ceramic tiles). However, the shape and size of your piece determines which one to use. Choose nippers for tiny to small pieces. Nippers work especially well for organic shapes, but you can get decent triangles, squares, and circles with practice. Scorers with Running Pliers are used for straight or wavy lines. Geometric shapes can be achieved with relative precision.