The Paris Bear is our latest large-scale mosaic project. This grizzly bear mosaic, which we recently installed at a beautiful home in Paris Ontario, is about 5 feet tall and 4 feet wide. It’s made with a combination of materials including broken crockery and smalti… Read More
I posted some pics of the recent butterfly mosaics over at the mosaics site. We’ve been doing some smaller butterflies lately to decorate our garden. Here’s an idea: you broke that special teapot that’s been in the family for generations….but even all the kings horses… Read More
Here is the latest Long Branch Butterfly mosaic, just finished up tonight. You can see a detail + more mosaics at our Long Branch Mosaics blog. We also do custom mosaic projects, big and small.
This mosaic was a commission, which was picked up by our clients this morning… See more mosaics at Long Branch Mosaics.
The shapes are drawn and cut out. Next step is to protect the back and sides, then start applying the mosaic. These will be worked directly using broken crockery, tiles, plastic toys and so on.
When the storm came yesterday evening, Tuffy P moved her mosaics operation from the deck to mosaics central. She finished it off while I put my feet up and watched the first ever episode of Columbo. If you haven’t seen any of our mosaics before,… Read More
Tuffy P finished the first of a pair of butterfly mosaics. The first has a familiar pattern… Here is is in context on our fence, along with a painting Tuffy did for the garden a number of years ago. Tuffy P says the next one… Read More
It’s been a couple months since we installed the Magnolia Bench, and we wanted to do a quick technical check – just to make sure all the tesserae were solidly in place and there were no issues with the grout. I drove out for a… Read More