Many of our mosaics are commissions, but this one is for our own front yard. You can see lots more of our mosaics here.
You can see lots of our mosaics here.
We just completed 5 mosaic-making sessions, working with seniors at a long-term care residence. We created the templates, prepared the materials, spread the glue and provided plenty of coaching and instruction along with way. The photo above shows the work they accomplished during the 5… Read More
Last week we started working with some seniors at a local long term care centre to make butterfly mosaics. We returned this afternoon and the group finished two butterflies. Don’t they look great? Everyone had a fun time, us included, working on this project.
This morning, Sheila and I facilitated a mosaics activity with a few elderly residents at a long term care centre. The residents worked on two butterfly mosaics. We pre-cut the butterfly shapes and also pre-cut a selection of broken crockery along with other items like… 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.
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
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
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
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.