Two Birds EggShell Mosaic - PassionMK
Mosaic Wall Art Original Handmade Painting 10"X 8" Two Birds EggShell Mixed Media Mosaic Collage. This is one of a kind original handmade Egg Shell Mosaic art painting of abstract Two Birds. Blue, Green, Red, Pink, & Yellow Acrylic painted egg shell on painted canvas panel.
Glass Art by Dianne Neil - Mosaics, Stained Glass, Pop Art, Glass Art
Color, texture and pattern inspire me. I love making stained glass art mosaics and enjoy all of the unique attributes glass brings to my art.
Animal Totems — Mosaics by Susan
Professional Mosaics Artist based in Denver, CO and traveling the world: making fine art mosaics, teaching mosaic classes, and offering unique tips and materials for anyone looking to get into mosaics.
Ukrainian Artist Creates Incredibly Detailed Artworks from Sand and Seashells
Svetlana Ivanchenko, from the Ukraine, creates amazing works of art from a variety of natural materials like sand, shells, quartz, roots and tree bark
Valérie Carmet ''Le reve des Eskimos'' 4 drawer dresser: Materials: mix of white, orange, and purple dishes and tiles with white faux fur. The little igloo figurines were the initial inspiration for this particular piece. The addition of the fake fur coming out of the white tiles was used to keep up with the theme of the igloo. The innovation on this piece are the purple cups that were sunk in the drawers. This piece was part of the solo exhibit at the NYU gallery in Washington Square,
Roman mosaics from the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid – History et cetera
Two weeks ago I returned to Madrid to visit the new Archaeological Museum. Spain’s National Archaeological Museum reopened to the public six months ago
Mosaic of Oceanus (Okanyus Mozayiği) - Hatay Archaeological Museum (Hatay Arkeoloji Müzesi), Antakia
For ancient Greeks and Romans, Oceanus, a son of Uranus and Gaea, was the divine personification of the sea, an enormous river encircling the world. It is believed that, originally, he represented all bodies of salt water. However, as geography became more accurate, Oceanus came to represent the stranger, more unknown waters of the Atlantic Ocean (also called the "Ocean Sea"), while the newcomer of a later generation, Poseidon, ruled over the Mediterranean. In Hellenistic and Roman mosaics…