You can see lots of our mosaics here.
Sheila made this mosaic “sketch” while watching the house sparrows in our back yard. It’s just over 16 inches tip to tail. You can see many of the mosaics we have made here at 27th Street on our mosaics page. We create a variety of… Read More
Here is our latest mosaic project, an Indigo Bunting. This one is about a metre, beak to tail. It’s made with smalti glass tiles as well as some broken crockery. We do all sorts of custom mosaics for home and garden. You can see many… Read More
We installed this downy woodpecker mosaic today at John, Megan and Abigail’s place in Bowmanville. We create all kinds of custom mosaic work for home and garden, from broken crockery to Smalti glass tiles. See photos of our work at our Long Branch Mosaics page.
Our first woodpecker mosaic – a Northern Flicker. It’s about a metre beak to tail. This piece is a donation for the upcoming Salah Bachir Show in support of St. Joseph’s Health Centre and will be available at the silent auction at that event. We… Read More
The McCracken Cardinal, our latest mosaic project, lives on a deep blue wall in a wonderfully eclectic and creative bungalow in Brampton Ontario. It benefits from lots of daylight – will all the textures in this mosaic, it’s appearance will change as the light changes… Read More
Tuffy P is in England right now, for a wedding – which was yesterday. She brought this mosaic over for the happy couple. You can see lots of our mosaics at the Long Branch Mosaics page. We do all kinds of custom mosaic work.
This Cedar Waxwing mosaic, made from a combination of broken crockery and floor tiles, now hangs at its new home near Perth Ontario. You can see more pictures including details at the Long Branch Mosaics site.
Here’s our latest mosaic, a nuthatch made from broken crockery. You can see lots more of our custom mosaics at the Long Branch Mosaics site. We specialize in hand-crafted custom works, perfect for home and garden, indoor or outdoor. We make both broken crockery mosaics… Read More
We’re thrilled to see 3 of our oversized bird mosaics have nested in a beautiful Etobicoke garden. You can see lots more of our mosaic work at the Long Branch Mosaics site.