Below is a collection of the 5 most unique artworks in the mosaic world exhibited in 2015. A brief look at some of the most exclusive pieces follows, filled with passionate artists, who were willing to offer us a glimmer into their cosmos of infinite creativeness.
Mirror Mirror: 10 Most Attractive Portrait Expressions From Vedova’s La Treccia Bionda to Sharps’s multicoloured Lady with scarf, blessed Lady with the blue veil and Myers’s fading thoughts … here are the mosaic portrait expressions you’ll never forget! • La Treccia Bionda La Treccia Bionda ( Blonde Braid ) is one
Are you an art enthusiast? Do you want to know more about mosaic art ? In this article you’ll discover a new artistic vision made through an ancient medium that dates back to around 600 BC. How Artists today are subsequently giving an innovative coil to it You’ll also discover how this ancient medium has been influencing modern mosaic designs.
Why the attraction to Mermaids is so compelling? Why do mermaids retain such a perceptible role in our contemporary culture? To answer these questions one must sink into the world of artists’ visions! As we always wander through the most impressive artworks, this week we stumbled upon many imposing mermaid mosaics. These artworks have inspired us to elect the 5 most fascinating artworks among many other designs. Enjoy the visions of 5 fascinating mosaic designers and 5 of the most impressive mermaid mosaic artworks!
Following the footprints of Chuck Close and Takashi Murakami, This ingenious artist created a new perspective and added more creativity to the world of contemporary art. The contemporary artist has technically and passionately transmitted a philosophy of art, which extends and relates a harmony between chaos and order.
Art has always been the divine way to express a range of feelings. Throughout history, existence witnessed a wide diversity of art movements, revolutions and art dazes. Dali painted a melting clock to depict the erratic passage of time that we experience while dreaming. Painters of the mid-nineteenth century were mostly interested