Lynn Adamo
visual artist


Review of "Transposition"

A groundbreaking exhibition recently closed in Seattle. Mounted in the Inscape Arts facility, the former INS building, Transposition gathered 15 artists from the Americas in a site-specific show. I was honored to be among this group of artists who are leading the charge in taking mosaic to be recognized as a legitimate expression of contemporary fine art. Nancie Mills Pipgras, editor of Mosaic Art Now, wrote an excellent review of the show. You can read it here, and view some of the works she specifically refers to. I highly recommend reading this article. I'm so excited about where contemporary mosaic art will is going!

The piece I had in the show is called A Long Road. I wrote a blog post about it in March, which you can read here. Here I am viewing it in the exhibition last April:

Me checking out my work in the Transposition show.

The work on the wall at Inscape.