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
We just installed this little flock of goldfinches for a client in Paris Ontario. These were made with various materials, including broken crockery, erector set blocks and Smalti glass tiles. You can see many of our mosaic creations at the Long Branch Mosaics pages.
Regular visitors to this part of the blog swamp know that Tuffy P and I make custom mosaics. We’re working on a set of goldfinches made from broken crockery, tiles and what-have-you so today I dropped into our local Value Village in search of yellows.… Read More
Camp Oochigeas is a privately funded, volunteer-based organization that provides kids with and affected by childhood cancer unique opportunities for growth through challenging, fun, enriching and magical experiences. This includes a camp in Muskoka as well as activities at their space at College and Bathurst… Read More
We recently installed these two male cardinals at a home in Paris Ontario. They’re hanging on a set of wires which are designed for roses and clematis to grow on. As the plants mature, they can grow around the mosaics. These cardinals are traditional mosaics… Read More
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.
We donated 2 bird mosaics for a silent auction at the Bird Ball, in support of the Pelee Island Observatory. We’re very pleased to help out!
We live in an area with a remarkable amount of bird-life, which is why you can often see bird-watching enthusiasts out in one of our local parks, sporting fancy cameras, tripods and 3-foot long lenses. Early one morning I was out in the park with… Read More