mo·sa·ic [moh-zey-ik] , noun, adjective, verb.
A picture or decoration made of small, usually colored pieces of inlaid stone, glass, etc.
When pondering the definition of mosaic, it might be hard to visualize anything as grand or wonderful as Roger Brown's work, which is on display in the Main Reading Room until September 1st.
(Amphitrite hides and awaits)
We are always excited to witness a new art show going up...an exhibit being "hung." This exhibit was an "installation." Literally. For instance, the focal point of the exhibit, "Amphitrite hides and awaits" (pictured above), is six-by-five feet. (Um. No, we do not have picture hooks that'll hold that.) All of the pieces are stunning...one actually turns a corner.
This exhibit is really something special...and different. Please make it a point to stop in during the month to behold these exquisite mosaics....bits and pieces that make up the whole...just like life.