Not every day one is allowed to touch, sit or even walk on art. The Mirror House is a place to see, that is for sure. You will get told the reason why she started the mosaics and you will love to listen to her stories with a cinnamon tea in your hand. The mirror mosaics are everywhere, walls, ceiling, floor, doors, seating arrangements, tables, kitchen sink, downstairs, stairs, even in the elevator. Upstairs is another world, as she put it. Artwork from her late husband, other artists and of herself is there to see. Apart from her mosaics in mirrors, she does also sculptures. These are built for a use. Candle holder, table lamp, all sorts of uses. If you like it, some of the exhibitions are even for sale. The tour is also children friendly, feel free to take the whole family.
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