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Gaudí Artists

Many of our members are working with trencadís, technique based on irregular pieces of broken tiles, in diferent colours, mixed on a mosaic.
In this section you can admire the fabulous works that some of our members has done with Gaudí Style.
Feel free to participate and send us your creations with a brief description of who you are, where you live, what you like about Gaudí, etc.

  A Barcelona, Gaudí and art site
Raymond Ellstad and Rosemary Kimbal, Gaudi-club members and artists of Cardiff-by-the-sea, California, created this magnificent site. Here you can view their works and read about their adventures around Barcelona.

Organic Architecture: Mario Moscoso from Cochabamba (Bolivia) constructs organic buildings with "ferro-ciment" technique --an interesting project!


Interior and Exterior Design: Theodor Yuba from New Belgrade (Yugoslavia) has sent us pictures from his work which is inpired by Gaudí and Hundertwasser.


Landscape Architecture: Eugene Radvenis told to her friend Nicole May about our website. She is practicing Landscape Architecture and she wanted to show us her work.


Livia Garreta: since 13 years ago Livia Garreta has been working on trencadís decorations (inside and outside) and now she presents them at her website.


Mad Mosaix: we received from England these pictures of "mad mosaics" realized by the artist Stack. He will send more pictures soon.


Els Dracs: Mercè Mata and Antoni Planas invited us to visit their "gaudinist" house that they own at Cervelló, at about 40 km. from Barcelona. It is like a little Park Güell that she has been building for twelve years :)


Trencadís at Australia: we received some pictures from Australia. Guy Crosley is an artist who works in a wide variety of mediums, and one of them is the mosaic tiles.


Dragon Gate: Here you can see the work of John Huges, who made a gate similar to Gaudí's Dragon Gate out of stainless steel, in Dublin.


Gaudinian flower pot: Josep Giralt found a curious flower pot in Australia and sent us these two pictures.


Trencadís in Beirut: This Summer, Lena Kelekian sent us a brief letter with some pictures of her work with trencadís in her country.

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