- UPCOMING SHOWS
- April 25 and 26, Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm - Art In Bloom Seattle
the perfect art for your garden and talk with more than 20 artists at
four close by studios on this free, self drive, north Seattle Studio Tour. I
will be at Studio #2 at Greg Delaney's. Click here for a printable map and information
about the participating artists.
- June 6, Saturday 9am-3pm Artists
Garage Sale at the Schack Arts Center, Everett, WA
- A huge sale of seconds artwork, discontinued items, supplies and
much more. I will be located outside on the street with a variety of seconds marked
at 50% off or more as well as supplies.
- August 7, 8 and 9 - Anacortes Arts
Festival, Anacortes, WA
- Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm
- I will be located in Ink Alley featuring
sustainable materials and I will be focusing on my upcycled jewelry created from
repurposed china dishes.
Additional events to be posted as they
Artcycled Mosaics offers handmade, one of a kind upcycled
mosaic jewelry, garden art and home accessories. My garden art ranges
from bird baths, mosic fish, tables and outdoor friendly mirrors. My unique
broken china jewelry includes pendants, necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets and belt
buckles all hand cut from upcycled and recycled china plates.
I love to transform cracked or broken plates, china
dishes and serving pieces into unique and new works, giving those old treasured items a
new lease on life with my broken china mosaics. My unique handcrafted mosaic
garden art is designed to enliven any garden setting. Distinctive birdbaths,
birdhouses, tables, jewelry, gifts and garden art are created, in the picassiette
style, with recycled tesserae (tile, pottery, broken china, glass and found objects) when
- Due to a light show schedule this summer I am
currently taking orders for commissioned garden art and jewelry. Have a piece of
china or pottery you would like to incorporate into something special? If so contact me at Mosaics@Artcycled.com.
- On July 15, 2014 my work was featured on KOMO TV
- for a Green Living segment by King County Eco Consumer Guide
- Tom Watson
- Stop by the darling shop SugarPill
on Capitol Hill where I am showing a nice variety of jewelry. The shop is full of
culinary, apothecary and naturapathic delights and an assortment of other items.
- For my one of a kind mosaic jewelry please visit me at a
show, see a list of the shops you can find my work or visit my Etsy shop, ArtcycledMosaics.Etsy.com.
Each location will have an ever changing variety of pieces available.
- "For the gardener: Seattles Darcy Thompson
has created Artcycled Mosaics, a collection of upcycled jewelry, garden art and home
accessories. The pieces are made out of recycled materials such as broken china mosaics,
repurposed into new works such as bird baths, small tables and outdoor-friendly mirrors
that add a pop of color to any garden. Thompson brings her
work to art shows around the Seattle area. Check her website for her nearest show or order
|My handcrafted garden art and jewelry pieces make great
gifts for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, housewarmings or any occasion for the garden
enthusiast! I hope you enjoy your visit, if you see something you are interested in
please contact me for price and availability. Custom orders are welcomed and can be
designed to suit a particular theme, color combination or special occasion. Turn
around time depends upon the season and what my current schedule looks like.
I generally work in a traditional mortar and grout process because
I feel that this process holds up the best for exterior pieces. I also do my own
welding and copper work and design many of the stands used to display my work.
- What does Artcycled mean?
- Artcycled is a name I came up with, and is now widely
used, to express my desire to utilize recycled, repurposed or reused materials when
ever possible. It also reflects the fractured nature of Picassiette pottery
or broken china mosaic which is the primary style of my mosaic garden art. Recycling or
upcycling items into new uses is a great eco friendly alternative!
- Recycle + Upcycle = Artcycle