Primi Mosaics

Primi Mosaics

About The Artist


I create mosaic mirrors that salute the past while enhancing the modern lifestyle. Inspired by turn-of-the-century designs of the Arts and Crafts movement, Frank Lloyd Wright and art deco, my decorative mirrors brighten the modern home. Hang one in the entryway or above a fireplace for a timeless touch.


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Q&A with the Artist

Tell us how your work is made.

My work echoes the look of stained glass but with a modern twist. Made in the classic mosaic technique, I cut each piece of glass and then affix the glass onto a lightweight board before filling the channels with grout. Hand-cut glass tiles have unique irregularities, and no two are exactly alike. Slight variances give these mosaic mirrors their distinct character.

What makes you passionate about the medium you work with?

My mirrors are inspired by the Arts & Crafts Movement, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Art Deco. This stylistic interest began when I lived in Chicago from 2001 to 2009. There, I immersed myself in its architecture and availed myself of its many historic tours. I became a member of the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Since then, I have visited some of Wright’s iconic homes, including Robie House, Fallingwater, and Taliesin West. I take special notice of Wright's stained glass windows. Melding them with other influences, I reinterpret them into the modern lifestyle.

What is something unique about you or your practice?

In kindergarten, I loved my coloring books and the simple geometric shapes. I was the kid who was careful to color inside the lines. Today, through my mosaic mirrors, I’m able to harness my instinct for precision and creativity. They are a joy to make. The process satisfies the part of me that likes to take refuge in order and intention. Geometry takes center stage, supported by fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. They also provide that little girl, who colors inside the lines, a place to flourish.