MARY KRAMER grew up in Palisades, N.Y. She has

always been fascinated by the intrinsic beauty of mosaics.

Each mosaic is a labor of love requiring hundreds of hours of

painstaking artistry as Mary transforms slivers of glass into

a garden, a waterwheel, a weeping willow.

    They can be elegantly framed and hung as a work of fine

art or installed as an enduring feature, such as a backsplash

or fireplace surround.

    Mary is a member of the Society of American Mosaic

Artists. Her mosaic,  “Japanese Garden,” was selected from more than 300 works from 10 countries for inclusion in the Mosaic Arts International 2012 exhibition at The Lexington Center Museum and Gallery in Lexington, Ky. Her piece, “Jane’s Garden,” was selected from among 200 entries  from seven countries for inclusion in the Mosaic Arts International  2009 exhibition at The Museum of Man in San Diego.

    Mary’s work was also featured in the June 2007 issue of  Kitchen and Bath Design News.
    Working closely with her clients, Mary incorporates a theme and color palette to reflect their taste and individuality.

    Mary’s commissioned home portraits — rendered in watercolors, oils and various other techniques — allow her to indulge her passion for architecture and her meticulous attention to detail. They make a wonderful addition to any area of the home.
    A graduate of Denver’s Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Mary spent a decade in New Mexico honing her skills and developing a reputation as a skilled and diligent artisan. She has a growing clientele who value custom design and fine craftsmanship.

About the Artist