Dionne Ible is a UK born Mosaic Artist from Bedfordshire where she currently resides. She was first introduced to mosaic in 2002 after searching for a more creative interest outside of her 9-5 role working as a Legal Secretary.
Having found her artistic side, Dionne decided to take further training with Award Winning Mosaic Artists and also teaching herself.
Dionne’s hobby soon turned into her passion and it was in 2009 when she decided to set up her company, Qemamu Mosaics, “Qemamu” meaning creating or to create. Dionne’s eye-catching mosaic work is usually made from stained glass, mirror, ceramic, hand-made smalti and recycled items and makes beautiful wall art for either interior or exterior areas.
Not having an artistic background, Dionne’s unique mosaic wall art is inspired by her African/Caribbean heritage, pulling her ideas from her vast collection of cultural books and images.
Dionne’s work has been featured in cultural magazines, newspapers and she has also been featured on Peter Andre's 60 Minute Makeover, interviewed on Colourful Radio and popular lifestyle t.v. programme show, Culture Vultures on OHTV.
"My aim is to share my passion, inspire, motivate and educate. African art is a preservation of my history and I hope to be a part of that legacy".