trishnappo
Trish  Nappo
Painting Mosaic Still Life
Having an interest in art that continued from childhood to this present day, Trish learned through trial and error how to paint and use tile. Although having no formal training, her desire to try her hand at various forms of art expression revealed that anyone with a desire can accomplish something good.

Her appreciation of the Italian culture and her love of nature is a great influence in her pieces.


Wild Dahlias ~ Commissioned

My View of Rome - SOLD

Tropical Leaves  -  SOLD

Garden of Pompeii

FASHION IN GLASS  -  Currently only piece left at Artegon Mall

Weeping Fern in Classic Urn (sold)

Weeping Fern in Classic Urn in White (sold)

Weeping Fern in Classic Urn in Black (SOLD)

Pronto Per Limoncello (sold)

Somewhere in Time

Dramatic Leaves (Sold)

Carciofo (artichoke) sold

 Federico Cesi

Hummingbird for Nana (Sold)

Grapes in Pedistal ~ Commissioned

Italian Table

Uva Viola   (sold)

La Pera Perfetta   (sold)

Promised Bounty (sold)

The View From the Cape Commissioned

StorybookGirl  Commissioned

In Season - Pears (sold)

Pompeii Woman  (sold)

Keepsake in Mosaic  Commissioned

HeirloomHarvest Commissioned

Heirloom Harvest - Scroll   commissioned

SandySandwich  Commissioned

AliciasRetreat  Commissioned

White Lillies on Blue (Sold)

Arancione (sold)

Carote

Cipolle Rosse

Farm Table -  SOLD

OrangesUnearthed - SOLD

Auricula

Wild Dahlias ~ Commissioned
Mosaic: Glass Mosaic tiles on Wood

Purple, Red and Gold with a neutral background

Original Work:
Height 24" x Width 24"
Year Produced: 2009
Inventory ID JS_0054
This is an original work.
Showing: All Galleries

Price:  $ 600.00   [ Buy it local ]
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Narrative:
Dahlias sweep across the design in varying stages of development. A vine of ivy creeps into the bottom of the scene. I love this particular mosaic because the inspiration came from a piece of wallpaper my mom loved and saved from her old bathroom before it was renovated. Sadly it was covered in ocean water when the surge from hurricane Sandy filled my mom's home.



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