Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Sybil Sage, a comedy writer and mosaic maker


This is a NY Times article back from October 2010 that I am happy to share with you.

Sybil Sage, a veteran television comedy writer (for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Maude,” “Alice” and other gems from the written age), had been making objects with pique assiettea French mosaic technique using broken plates — for years as a hobby, whacking china into shards to put on frames, vases and furniture for friends like Gene Wilder, Teri Garr, Lily Tomlin and Larry Merchant. 

Read the whole article from the New York Times here

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations in this wonderful lady! Great job!
    Happy New Year !!!

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  2. Thank you my dear! I have to come by your blog to see your new travel pics!

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