Color, texture, line, and form come together piece by piece in the work of mosaic artist Lorraine Meade. From the intricate details in her smallest piece of wearable mosaics to the 40-foot long mosaic wave adorning the walls of the University of Richmond’s Heilman Dining Center, Lorraine’s art reveals curiosity, whimsy, and beauty.
In addition to using traditional elements, Lorraine infuses colorful stained glass, dichroic glass, beads, buttons, shells, mirrors, and more. Her playful side appears in works using Scrabble tiles, Dominoes, and other game pieces. Articles describing her award-winning work have appeared in Southern Living, Richmond Magazine, and River City Magazine.
Lorraine’s mosaic pieces are available at Crossroads Art Center, in her working studio at Art Works Studios & Galleries, and online at www.mosaiquecreations.com and www.etsy.com/shop/mosaiquecreations. She participates in several art shows throughout the year. A schedule of exhibitions is available at on her website.
Lorraine is a member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, the Metropolitan Richmond Artists Association, the Bon Air Artists Association, and the Richmond Scrabble Meetup Group. Lorraine is available for custom mosaic art, furniture, and residential or commercial installations, and as an instructor of mosaic. Contact her, and she'll put all the pieces together for you.