We’re starting a new mosaic project, our 3rd grizzly bear. The other day I cut out the template. Next step is to seal up the back and sides, then gather all the mosaic materials we need for this bear.
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
Sheila is at the Mississauga Garden Festival today showcasing our mosaics. She brought a selection of small butterfly mosaics along, which she will be selling at a modest price. If you’re going to the festival stop by her table and say hi. We do all… Read More
On Sunday, Tuffy P will be at the Long Branch Mosaics table in the Marketplace Artists and Artisans zone at the Mississauga Garden Festival with a variety of butterfly mosaics. The festival is at Riverview Park Sunday 10-4. Stop by our table and meet Tuffy… Read More
This Smalti tile mosaic is a donation for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada June silent auction. You can see a selection of our mosaics at the Long Branch Mosaics page. We make all kinds of custom mosaics for home and garden. Some, like… Read More
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
Last year, we had so many bees in our garden. I really enjoyed watching them go from flower to flower. At some point in the fall, Tuffy P suggested a mosaic involving a flower and a bee for the front of our house would be… Read More
Naturalist Miles Hearn has generously featured our mosaics work in the “Friends of Miles” section of his excellent website. I’d appreciate it if you would take a moment and click on over for a look. Kindly show some love to Miles by clicking the “like”… Read More