PCA&D’s annual Mosaic Project is a multicultural exhibition and educational program for students and families in Lancaster County. Each year two nationally renowned artists are invited to participate in PCA&D’s Mosaic Project. These artists are selected for their commitment to creating high quality artwork, which explores themes of individual and cultural identity. This year’s project features the work of mixed media artist Amber Robles-Gordon and the intricate 2-3D paper sculptures of Nate Lewis.
Amber Robles-Gordon is a mixed media visual artist. She primarily works and is known for her use of found objects and textile to create assemblages, large-scale sculptures and installations. Her work is representational of her experiences and the paradoxes within the female experience.
Nate Lewis is a self-taught artist, drawing inspiration from anatomy, physiology, disease processes and his nursing experience as a care taker of patients and their family members. He creates stunning, intricate 2-3d sculptures out of single sheets of paper that visually combines the aesthetics of drawing, sculpture, etching, embroidery, and textiles.