14 Feb 2020

Isaiah Zagar: the Mosaic Art Dream-maker

Mosaic art is a medium that thrives in public places. In our blogs, we’ve enjoyed seeking out and sharing some of the best examples. On your own travels, you may have seen work by modern master artists such as Jim Fachor, Laurel True, or the mysterious French “Tile Bomber” known
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15 Oct 2019

The Art of Building Community – Public Mosaic Projects Bring It All Together

Mosaic art, by design, is suitable for a variety of outdoor surfaces. It’s colorful, durable, and perfect for public art. Community projects and aesthetic enhancement of shared spaces are a wonderful match.  Sometimes, this type of art pops up – a gift to the public with mysterious origins. Some installations
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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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12 Jul 2019

The beauty behind Klimt’s Mosaic Tiles

Any type of artwork you display in your personal space should be a reflection of your personality, your hopes, and your dreams. Your personal space can be defined as rooms within your residence, your backyard oasis or even your home/office. Wherever you decide to display your artwork, it should be
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31 Oct 2018

The Most Famous Mosaic Artists

Artists have been making mosaics for centuries, but, unfortunately for us, it wasn’t until the Renaissance that artists in any field begin to be recognized for their work. During this same period, mosaics fell out of fashion and didn’t see a revival until the 19th century. This means most of
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05 Jul 2018

A Story About Pre-columbian Mosaics

Art in the Americas prior to the arrival of the Spanish in the early 16th century was as diverse as the can be imagined. Great civilizations ruled this earth, from Olmec, Aztec, and Maya in Mesoamerica, to the Inca in the South and each of these cultures left a specific
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