Ann Gardner

Northwest artist Ann Gardner creates glittering mosaics about repetition, pattern, and rhythm. To create each piece, the artist uses a combination of pigment-tinted concrete and glass, which she cuts and lays individually to create complex patterns and abstract forms. Her work is influenced by her extensive travels to sites that convey a sense of dynamism and repetition. Ann Gardner has won numerous awards, and her work is included in numerous major collections, including the National Museum of American Art, the American Craft Museum, the Corning Museum of Glass, the Racine Art Museum, the Detroit Institute of the Arts, and the Seattle Art Museum.

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