My Mosaic
We created tile mosaics for Mother's Day. While making the mosaics were fun, we also learned a couple things along the way! We learned how to break tiles safely, apply grout and thin set correctly, and that patterns exist everywhere. To make my pattern, I used the Elements and Principles of Design. For example, I used colour, patterns and shapes. As you can see, I have different colours instead of just all grey. Another thing is that I have symmetrical patterns all across the mosaic. To add to that, the mosaic has lots of circles and rectangles. Those things helped make my mosaic more interesting. With such strange patterns, you are probably wondering what my inspiration was. Well, when I look at it, it reminds me of this Mexican Restaurant we went to for a previous Mother's Day. There you go! I hope that you liked my design. 

Mr. Hong
5/13/2012 10:43:44

I really like your deep and insightful reflection! I especially liked that you included a connection to a restaurant that you had visited before. I've been really impressed with your problem solving and critical thinking skills this year! Keep up the good work!

5/13/2012 12:21:57

Thanks! I will do my best to keep it up.

6/14/2012 09:30:09

I like the colours you used they go very well together. I like the fact that you filled up all the space and didn't just put a couple tiles here and there. I think it was good how you explained the process of making the mosaic. You did a great job!

7/13/2012 05:41:21

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7/13/2012 16:21:51

Thanks for the feedback! I will definitely keep posting blogs now that I know that people still view these.

7/19/2012 04:23:11

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