Second Saturdays are for Families: Mini Mosaics

The first mosaics date back to around 3000 BC, and it’s no surprise that this art form is still widely practiced today. Through mosaics, artists can create detailed, beautiful, and meaningful images one shiny stone or tile at a time. This month, we take inspiration from Anya Gallaccio’s interactive sculpture, to see if time was there. This beautiful replica of a tree in Wales holds a surprise when you climb to the top and discover the beautiful mosaic on its surface, all made from stones found right here in Texas. You’ll get the chance to make your own mini mosaic when you join us on Saturday, April 8 at Laguna Gloria.

Didn’t get a chance to snag a ticket? Walk-ups are welcome. Join us!

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Mosaic Artist and Art School Instructor Dianne Sonnenberg will also be in attendance to share her incredible mosaic work and give families an inside look into the practice and process of a professional mosaic artist. Come with questions, as Dianne will be happy to chat about how she makes her masterpieces.

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Artist Bio:

DIANNE SONNENBERG is an internationally recognized mosaic and sculptural artist. She is a member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, and is a board member of the Texas Society of Sculptors and the Austin Mosaic Guild. She exhibits internationally and was awarded the 2010 “Best Architectural Mosaic” at Mosaic Arts International in Chicago, IL. A sought-after instructor across the US and Canada, she has been an Art School faculty member since 2007. See her work at