16 Sep 2019

Vincent Van Gogh | A Legacy of Light After Sadness

The short life of artist Vincent Willem van Gogh spun across the Netherlands, England, Belgium, and France in just 37 years. Sensitive, struggling with mental illness, rebellious, and declared dangerous to the public, he bounced from job to job, at last deciding to become an artist without any formal training
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06 Sep 2019

How Mosaic Art Increases the Value of Your Home

It’s no secret that we love the beauty of mosaic wall art and the many ways it can be used. Tile is a top choice for adding accents in every room and in every type of environment. It’s versatile, durable, and has been used for centuries – a classic that
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27 Aug 2019

Labor Day: The History, The Celebration, and the Mosaic Artworks

Labor Day is more than just a fun long weekend, the last big get-together of the summer, and the last day you can wear your straw hats – if you’re a hat-wearing sort of person. In all the road-tripping, cooking out, and pool parties, the original intent of this official
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16 Aug 2019

Top Modern Decorating Trends with Contemporary Mosaic Art

When your personal style at home leans heavily to the modern look, you may not have considered mosaic as a compatible element. True, it’s an art that has been around for centuries, and the classic designs are still popular. But, think again – it’s merely a medium, and contemporary mosaic
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06 Aug 2019

Importance of Custom Mosaics

Are you feeling the need to showcase your personality and creative side through artwork but cannot narrow down the type of artwork it would take to fulfill this task? Here is an option that could help and allow you to stray away from the typical commissioned portraits and paintings that
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23 Jul 2019

Best Mosaic Countertop Ideas For Your Next Project

When you want your kitchen, bar, or bathroom to really stand out, you should consider using a mosaic countertop. The reasons for moving this option to the top of your list of ideas are many: unique looks, almost infinite customizability, durability, and yes, a definite DIY aspect can be part
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