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Deborah Williams

My mosaic art

I have been an artist ever since I could hold a crayon. When I stumbled onto mosaic however, I hung up my brushes and haven't looked back. 

I don't believe that I could have made this art when I was younger. My career in visual communications, traveling, and life experience have layered me just like one of my mosaics: one-of-a-kind pieces that reveal something new at every viewing. My attraction to humor, anti-minimalism, and not taking anything too seriously — including myself — affords me the ability to express it all in pieces of broken ceramic, glass, mirror, jewels and rocks. What a long strange trip it continues to be. And it's so much fun. 

In February 2019 my husband and I moved to a small village in central Mexico (south of Guadalajara on Lake Chapala) called Ajijic (pronounced Ah-hee-heek).

As my life and cultural experiences change me, I am assuming my art will evolve as well. Living in Mexico provides new colors, textures, materials, attitudes and experiences that will no doubt become reflected in my art which I will continue to share here along with my journal.

Thanks for looking at my site!


Society of American Mosaic Artists
Ajijic Society of the Arts