Community Mosaic of Green Man Organized by Artist Lisa Tiemann Created with Glass Eyes by Megan Petersen

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Community Green Man Mosaic wit Glass Eyes

Melrose artist Lisa Tiemann and her dog, Cora, with the Green Man mosaic outside her home, photographed by Amanda Hurley

Tiemann spearheaded the community mosaic project for Cedar Park, Melrose, as outlined in this article by Amanda Hurley.

A total of 35 artists worked on the project, coming together to create a masterpiece that celebrates human connection to nature.

glass green man mosaic

Also contributing to the project are several pairs of brilliant glass eye cabochons from

At the center of the mosaic are a pair of large, detailed green and blue glass eyes, offering themselves as a focal point for the whole design.

Several other bird glass eyes also appear throughout the surrounding panels in the 5x5 foot mosaic.

glass bird mosaic panel

Most notable among the birds are the yellow eyes that stare out of an owl in a top panel of the mosaic.

outdoor mosaic owl panel with owl glass eyes in yellow

For more images and information on this splendid community project, visit Amanda Hurley's article for MATV'S Neighborhood View here.

It's wonderful to see a community come together to create something so inspiring!

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