Trouvaille ~SOLD
a stained glass mosaic sculpture
84" x 22"
This sculpture is permanently installed in Alamosa, Colorado

Artemis installed in Downtown Colorado Springs

Artemis, a collaborative sculpture with Kyle Cunniff has been installed in Downtown Colorado Springs for the 2019/20 Art on the Streets exhibit. It is located in front of the Atomic Cowboy on the corner of Tejon and Moreno. See the sculpture till the end of May 2020.

Johona-Mai Installed in Manitou Springs, Colorado

Johona-Mai has traveled to a new location in June of 2019. She will be on display in downtown Manitou Springs till June of 2020. This is her third public art appearance in Colorado. She has won two awards so far!

Reflection of Inner Self installed in Carbondale, Colorado

Reflection of Innerself was chosen for the 2019/20 Art Around Town in Carbondale Colorado. It is on display in front of the Carbondale Branch Library till the end of May of 2020.

Trouvaille Installed in Alamosa, Colorado

Trouvaille has been accepted into the 2018 Alamosa Artscape Public Art Program. It was installed in front of the Treasure Alley gift shop on Main Street.

See the Full Blog Post:

Originally the sculpture was going to be on display till the end of August but in 2019, the City of Alamosa purchased it to be part of the growing permanent collection of public art.

Johona-Mai Sculpture on Display in Carbondale, Colorado

In May of 2018 we installed Johona-Mai for her second outdoor exhibit in the town of Carbondale, Colorado. Art Around Town is an annual juried show of sculpture for artists from around the United States. Our sculputre was up till May of 2019 and won the People's Choice Award.

Johona-Mai, installed in Carbondale, Colorado

To See the full array of sculptures from the 2018/2019 Art Around Town Show, click the link:

The Installation of the First Community Mural - Alamosa, Colorado

Kyle and I with the installed mural!
At the end of June 2017 we installed the first Kasia Mosaics community mural project in Alamosa, Colorado. I created the design and the color scheme for the pattern while my partner Kyle did the engineering drawings for the installation as well as the steal frame.  

We had 36 volunteers come to our studio to learn how to use basic tools to shape glass and how to arrange it into a pattern at no cost to them.  I precut all the glass for the volunteers to work with and they each got to build a section of the mural with my help and guidance.  In total there were 93 sections that made up the finished design.  

In addition to the volunteers, Kyle and I got to create many of the sections of the project.  Once all the pieces were ready, Kyle and I glued them on the the custom substrate Kyle built.  Then we grouted and installed it into the steal frame and finally onto the building.  Take a look our full project photo album on Facebook: Community Mural Project

We also organized a successful Indiegogo Campaign to help us raise funds for the material cost for the mural.  Check it out here: Help Us Beautify Our Town With a Community Mural  To cover the remainder cost of materials, a grant from the Colorado Creative Industries was given to us by Jeff Owsley from Alamosa Small Business Development. We were also featured in the local paper. To read the full article, click Community Comes Together to Construct a Mural

See the blog post about the making of the mural:
See the blog post about the installation of this project:

The First Public Art Installation in Alamosa, Colorado

Johona Mai, a collaborative sculpture I created with artist Kyle Cunniff was chosen to be among the 17 sculptures to be part of Alamos's First Artscape Program.  On June 2, 2017 Johona Mai was installed on Main Street in Alamosa, Colorado. She was on display till May 2018.  To see the blog post with photos of the installation go to this link:

Johona-Mai, all set to spend her first evening away from home! 

Read the article about Alamos's first Artscape here:  Kyle and I were speakers at the event. Johona-Mai was awarded the People's Choice Prize.