Anne Dérian’s Art Emerges Piece by Piece
“I had never thought that mosaics could be art,” Dérian says. “For me, they had always been handicrafts for children and seniors.” Seeing Jonquière’s work changed her mind. “I realized what possibilities the medium held and right away took two weeks off to attend a course in which I learned the technique.”
This delicate bicolor pattern, Béryl, resembles lacework.
The wall in this photo is a great example of how Dérian’s mosaics can easily be combined with standard tiles.