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JK Mosaic, LLC
Public Mosaics by JK Mosaic, LLC seen at Winslow Way West, Bainbridge Island - Fertility - Egg Sculpture
Image credit: Tony Overman, photo credit for 6th image, Jill Carter for 3rd image

Fertility - Egg Sculpture


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This is an egg-shaped sculptural artwork covered in mosaic made of stained glass with some beads, tiles, and findings. It is 24" tall by about 18" wide and weighs about 40 lbs. It's hollow inside and the inner shell is made of terra cotta. It should not be kept permanently in an outdoor location prone to freeze-thaw cycles. It would be ideal to site this in a lobby or covered outdoor area. The design features a pair of peacocks on one side and a tree-of-life on the other, with flowers filling in the rest, along with some bees, butterflies and dragonflies. The theme is fertility and abundance, from the egg shape to the symbols covering it. *This sculpture was selected for exhibition in Bainbridge Island, WA until summer 2022 and will actually be for sale through Arts & Humanities Bainbridge. If you are interested, send your inquiry and I will help facilitate the connection.

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Custom mosaic accents for private, corporate and public spaces.

Jennifer Kuhns has been creating mosaic for 20 years. Working primarily with stained glass, carefully shaping each piece, she creates custom mosaic for private, corporate and public spaces all over the U.S., including sidewalk inlays, wall murals, window treatments and other architectural elements. Jennifer has honed methods of fabricating commissions in her rural studio that can be easily transported to another location for quick installation.

The style and techniques in Jennifer’s mosaic range from naturalistic and photorealistic to wildly colorful and stylized, but it is generally characterized by precision cutting of materials and careful placement resulting in smooth lines and strategic use of texture and reflectivity. Jennifer’s goal is to create works of art that have function and integrity, and that convey a sense of serenity and optimism in otherwise utilitarian spaces.