“The excitement I feel when I walk by a shimmering glass mosaic…when the light changes, the feeling changes- it’s living glass. It’s beautiful, and one of the most satisfying materials to work with. I create wall treatments from recycled window glass that would otherwise end up in a landfill, and I am always amazed at the depth, ever-changing reflective quality, and luminosity of the glass. Grouting a glass mosaic becomes a delicious dessert as I see the finished piece, “ready to eat.” Modern, slick, subtle, refined, minimalistic, rustic…I’m floored by the design direction this discarded material can take.”

About the Artist

Erica Hoverter, Mosaic Artist

Born and raised in Los Alamos in 1968, Erica Hoverter has always made New Mexico her home. She works predominantly in the medium of mosaic, using recycled glass, and created the 38 mosaic panels for a large scale public art installation in Rio Rancho New Mexico. She also contributed to The Wildlife Corridors Project, creating a cougar mosaic from tile. Hoverter has shown her work at The Wooden Cow Gallery, Slidell Art Gallery, The Fine Art exhibit at Expo New Mexico, and her architectural installations have been featured in Su Casa magazine. Her passion for the medium, fueled her desire to be self-taught, in addition to attending courses at The Institute Of Mosaic Art. Hoverter is currently working on private commissions in both mosaic and illustration.

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