Hilda M.

Mosaic Artist

“Respect for the rights of others is peace.”

One of our most dedicated artisans at Piece by Piece is Hilda M. She is a thoughtful, creative and energetic person who is always ready and willing to help others, and eager to expand her own knowledge in mosaic art. Originally from Guatemala, Hilda studied in the National Conservatory of Music, the National School of Dance, and the National School of Theater there. Her rich background in the performing arts has been a great benefit to her as she opens herself to new experiences. She has a delicate and gentle style in mosaic, and not only creates her own artwork but has participated in several large group projects with Piece by Piece.

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Where are you from? Where do you live now?
I was born in Guatemala and currently live in Los Angeles, CA.

Tell us about your family.
I have three wonderful sons, three granddaughters, and one grandson.

Tell us about past work/school or other meaningful experiences.
I studied music, dance, and theater. I worked at the Modern and Folkloric Ballet of Guatemala and in The Comedians, a group in one of the municipalities of Guatemala. It has been a lifetime of the arts.

What is something you are proud of?
I am most proud of all of my artistic achievements. I am also proud of belonging to the great Piece by Piece family. Thank you.

When did you first come to Piece by Piece?
If I am not mistaken, I believe it was towards the end of 2009.

How have you grown as a person and artist since joining Piece by Piece?
I gained the knowledge of a new art form for me, wonderful Mosaic Art.

How did you first hear about Piece by Piece?
Through Carola; she took me to my first class. I am forever thankful for it.

What has Piece by Piece and creating mosaics added to your life?
I have learned about this wonderful art form, my mind is more active, and has helped economically. Thank you, Piece by Piece. I am thankful for all your support.

Who inspires you?
My teacher; he knows that I can make beautiful things.

What project have you enjoyed most? And why?
In almost all of them I have contributed my small part, but the one I remember and enjoyed the most is the one with the leaves (Villas at Gower). It was a great experience.

What are you most proud of from your PxP time so far?
Of everything I have learned, and of belonging to Piece by Piece.