Arf!

Dog’s finished.  Yes, it’s Chase himself, the church dog, with his shadow.

mosaic art Sheltie dog from The Feeding of the 5000 being created by University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas

Chase is looking at Jesus, trying to make out the Aramaic.

 

Chase’s shadow was finished today.  

We have not been able to take the work out to Micah 6, or to UPLift, since the Great Hall floor is being replaced and all the feeding and helping functions of the church are temporarily displaced. But, some people have been working in the mosaic room at odd times, completing figures for Panel Three.

Here are more photos from today:

Woman working on a mosaic dog for The Feeding of the 5000, mosaic art being created by University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas

Roberta lays in the shadow around Chase.

woman gluing tesserae to mosaic dog for The Feeding of the 5000 art mosaic being created by University Presbyterian Church

Trusty Weldbond glue will hold tesserae to the mesh.

Man cutting tile for The Feeding of the 5000 art mosaic wall mural being created by University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas

Cutting tile for Panel 3 figure outlines and for grassy background

mosaic drawings being traced for The Feeding of the 5000 art mosaic mural being created by University Presbyterian Church in Austin, Txas

Tracing paper is taped over figures. These are then traced and annotated for the under-mesh design.

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