Enerjist ’16 Ceremony Day



Ceremony Day was on 14th April and I gave a present to the first place of the painting competition.

Thanks to Istanbul University renewable energy club – İuyek- for honoring me as a jury in their painting competition.

The winning painting is below


I got very happy to be a part of this event, thanks to the teacher and the students who made this possible!

Björk album cover reproduction competition – vote for me!

I am joining Björk contest of Roskilde festival with this mosaic piece of mine, it is very exciting to be a part of this contest and it is superb to go to the festival if I win the tickets:)

Here is a link so you can vote for me for the contest:


Starting to my Picasso piece ! – Picasso mozaiğime başlarken !

It’s nice to copy a master work. Although my mosaic will be stranger than the original lytographie. Here is what I am gonna do!

The competiton is on http://mozaiksanati.ning.com . Turkish mosaic artists are gathering there for sharing their art and knowledge.

Sun In The Eyes – Mosaic portrait

I participated to a competition with this piece in CMA site. Here how it was commented:

“M.C. Gökşen’s work is always happy, bright, cheerful and uplifting. This is indeed an affectionate tribute to your father Gökşen- I wonder what he would have thought of it? From your description it sounds as though he would have been very amused and flattered!
Here in England we have an expression and might say: “I could talk to my daughter until I was blue in the face!” – is that what is going on here?!
(I notice that we are getting lots of ‘multples’ such as Laurie Gilson’s Bird of Paradise / Wacky punk bird Caroline Thomas’s Robin / Christmas Pudding (both included in this challenge) …which along with the eyes and eyebrows / suns and clouds shown here …which makes me wonder if these challenges are filtering through into our consciousness?)

Anyway, this mosaic of a father reminds me of the following:
One evening a little girl and her parents were sitting around the table eating supper. The little girl said, “Daddy, you’re the boss, aren’t you?” Her Daddy smiled, pleased, and said yes. The little girl continued “That’s because Mummy put you in charge, right?” ”