Texas artist, Barbara Dybala, lives art….and art surrounds her.
Barbara Dybala is a teacher and a large-scale mosaic artist. She has been working for 20+ years in the mosaic industry. Her goal is to inspire creativity. She lives with her husband David in Rockwall County on eight acres they call Hidden Mosaic, a magical land of mosaics where art meets nature, and where Barbara observes and duplicates.
On Friday morning twelve mosaic artist gather at the studio to contemplate new ideas and experimental mosaic work. It has been a launching pad for several mosaic artist careers. Hidden Mosaic is open for touring every Mother’s Day with great food & drinks, an assortment of Artisan vendors to buy from, live music, and a fine art mosaic pop-up gallery. The highlight every year is the unveiling of a new mosaic project or commission.
Barbara's work has been shown in galleries and museums across the US and, most recently, in Australia. Her work has been covered by magazines and newspapers in France, England, Australia, and the US. Her large-scale work is in twelve private and public spaces across Texas. Her latest commissions were two mosaic tractor art sculptures: one Farmall H Tractor conversion with Texas and Arkansas themed sides to celebrate the Texarkana sesquicentennial; and one Ford tractor conversion privately commissioned into a Star Wars themed tractor art entitled “Tractor Beam”.