Category Archive: drawing

Color On…. Together!

This post is re-blogged from another blog I write, New Life from Shards, about the creation of a community-built mosaic mural at University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas, U.S.A. Byron and Bob hung… Continue reading

Sunshine on a Rainy Day

This post has been re-blogged from New Life from Shards, the story of the creation of a large mosaic, “The Feeding of the 5000” March 8, 2014 Rain and chill were happening outside… Continue reading

What I Saw in the Mirror This Morning

It’s not pretty, but it’s up and its eyes are open.

The Mining Operation

This post duplicates one found at my new location: Please visit me at my new place!


More glass shards, more kiln time, more mortar, more faces.  These are the faces you have seen before, either on this blog, or at my home studio, and they are starting to multiply.… Continue reading

One Hundred Percent

The Hole in Barton Creek Acrylic painting by Lynn Bridge 12″ x 12″ It’s April- it must be time for the annual George Washington Carver Museum  100% Exhibit and Fundraiser. Opening night is… Continue reading

Installment One: Bits and Pieces of Preparation for My Bits and Pieces

Here’s what doin’ today in my future mosaic studio- my clever husband is installing many new light fixtures on the ceiling over my work space.  He has a section of sheetrock cut out… Continue reading

Cat’s Out of the Bag… or “Would You Buy an iPad Bag from this Woman?”

Handmade iPad bag with cat motif  copyright by Lynn Bridge If you read my last post, you’ll know I am fretting over whether or not I am treating my iPad as a doll,… Continue reading

Religious Experience? Or Handy Tool? (It’s in the Bag.)

My son graciously informed me that when brain scans were performed on people thinking of a religious experience and brain scans were performed on subjects thinking of their Apple products, the same area… Continue reading


Miguel by Lynn Bridge If you keep up with the posts on this blog, you’ve already seen this image in “Overlooked”.  This face was drawn from memory using glass powder applied to glass,… Continue reading