Wilma Wyss
Berkeley, California

Wilma Wyss enjoys the physical and technical challenges in making her art, and the precision of her final pieces show an extreme dedication to the craft. She uses a huge range of tools to create her mosaic works, such as hammers, nippers, and glass scorers. Most of her materials are scrounged, recycled or upcycled. Her family and friends are always on the lookout for materials, and occasionally there will be a bag with broken dishes, beautiful bottles, and other cast off items left on her doorstep. The finished pieces have a whimsical quality, and often draw inspiration from nature, evident in the cool glass colors and organic shapes in her compositions. Wilma brings the craft of mosaics into the realm of fine art by pushing the medium to address questions surrounding feminism and our natural environment.

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Eye Candy

Sculpture on other
Signed on back

5.62" h x 5.62" w x 2.37" d
1 lbs. 2 oz.


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Inspiration for this mosaic came from my collection of Italian smalti, the luscious chunky opaque glass that’s been made for centuries. The rich colors and sleek shapes look good enough to eat! The focal point of the piece is a photo of an eye of someone who I feel very close to. It’s sandwiched between two pieces of glass. The play on words of Eye Candy really brought this little mosaic together. The piece is wired to hang, but can also be displayed on a shelf. It can be displayed indoors or out, but not in freezing weather. 


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