29 Nov 2018
It’s not a typical profession to hear if someone were to say they were a mosaicist. For Hungarian stained glass artist, however, he was at the top of his field when it came to creating beautiful pieces of art with stained glass. The way Miksa Roth saw his designs in
07 Nov 2018
The Odorico brothers are responsible for creating the Odorico Company, one of the most prominent mosaic-making firms throughout all of Rennes, France, where they first got their start in the 1800s. The company quickly grew to create some of the most stunning mosaic pieces of art that were displayed all
20 Sep 2018
If you ever doubted that stone could be described as ‘delicate’, Barbara Segal’s creations will assure you; it is possible. Her creations are unique, often feminine, and always impressive works of art. Influences Ségal has many influences, including a love of Italian architecture, which originates from her four years spent
16 Jan 2018
2017 is finally over, and while it was an incredible year for emerging mosaic artists, as we witnessed the ascendance of young mosaicists like Yulia Hanansen and Angela Zimek, it’s time to look forward. Creative mosaic art is often an ingenious person’s game, and there’s always someone waiting for him to break through. Some have a better chance than others because they support themselves through social media platforms and art exhibitions, while others are strongly resisting social networking. These are the artists that have what it takes to become more recognized this year, and are positioned to do it in 2018!
21 Feb 2017
Mosaic muse inside La Sagrada Familia is actually the first article I dedicate to the city of Gaudi, and daydreams… This city embraced art and architecture like no other, and this fact is revealed in its remarkable Catalan architecture and many stupendous modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí. Just like Ravenna and Tuscany, Barcelona is also believed to be one of the world’s most important centers for mosaic art, colorful ceramic tiles, stained glass, and carpentry. Enough said. Let’s take a loop through the most beautiful unfinished dream in the world and contemplate some of the world’s most beautiful mosaics!
18 Jan 2017
“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Does this saying sound familiar? In today’s article, it will take on a new significance when we observe the magic gardens of Philly! The artist behind Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens sees wonders in the things we throw away every day. Instead of heading to the art supply store, Isaiah Zagar has been transforming the city’s waste into wonder for more than three decades. What makes his creations more phenomenal is that he doesn’t work solely with throwaway materials. Many of his mosaic artworks include tiny souvenirs from his travels in China, India, and Latin America. His main mediums are visual symbols, inspirational stories mementos from across the globe and of course the city’s junk and cultural emblems. His work is spotted by several occasion and mirrors his creative thoughts that are building and falling apart, having a logic but close to chaos, rejecting to stay still, and giving one a sense of heaven and hell simultaneously!