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This 12″ mixed media plaque Omni Die Est Donum (Every day is a gift) from Laurie Mika looks right for Easter.

Laurie is home from Portland’s Art and Soul where students quickly caught on to her rich mosaic, mixed media, baked-in antiquities. She talks about her experiences on her most recent blog post.

See how Laurie gathers her inspirations and makes molds when she travels. Would you have the courage to do this?

Wander through her modern antiquities on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram on your Happy Easter weekend.


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  • reply Laurie Mika ,

    Thanks so much Cynthia…..you always amaze me that you take so much time to create a comprehensive post! I hit the link and saw the pic from Mexico….

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