Artist Statement

I have been creating mosaics in Seattle, Washington for private collections, galleries, and public spaces since 1998 and have enjoyed every minute of it. I also find sharing my knowledge and experience with students to be wonderfully satisfying and fulfilling.

I am drawn to soothing symmetries of sparkling glass tiles and beads that are often inspired by the rhythm and symmetry of Moroccan art and architecture. My passion for this ancient art form led me to study with masters in Italy, Spain, and the US, who instilled in me a pride of workmanship expressed in each hand-crafted piece. I aspire to bring the joy of spirit I feel with the creation of each piece to the home of others.

My journey with this art form is intensely spiritual as I strive to express an interconnected world where seemingly small and inconsequential experiences affect the whole. Mosaic is a medium effective at illustrating how carefully shaped pieces can unite with other tesserae to create something rich with texture, color, and meaning. There’s something magical about mosaic when it offers a detailed and holistic view simultaneously.

Angie Heinrich, Artist

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Zetamari in the News

It's always exciting to pick up a newspaper or magazine and suddenly realize that Zetamari has been mentioned! Caitlin Flynn of the Seattle Times recently included my mosaic votive holders in an article entitled "Battle gray outdoors with bright, sunny home décor." She found them at Venue in Ballard, a local treasure that is worth a visit if you ever find yourself in Seattle.

Originally published in  the    SEATTLE TIMES ,  Jan. 27, 2017 

Originally published in the SEATTLE TIMESJan. 27, 2017