One tessera at a time, painstaking, laborious, such is the truth of mosaic art. Opus Veritas. "Massimiliano Salviati"

The Art of Mosaics in one form or another, has been practiced for thousands of years, but mosaic art as it is known today was invented by the Greeks, who then passed their skills on to the Romans. Then in due course, the art was embraced by the Byzantines, who were renowned for their superb wall and vault mosaics. Byzantium fell in the 15th century AD, and mosaic art went into a decline until the great revival in the 19th century, which continues to the present day 

An ancient art form, mosaic lends itself to many modern applications.
Wall panels - for purely decorative purposes, these can either be hung or made to be fixed directly to the wall.
Mosaic can be incorporated into many different items from tables and mirror surrounds to benches.

Bathroom or Kitchen - if you are looking for a piece of art for your bathroom or shower room, a mosaic can provide color and charm in a hardwearing form.  Ideal in situations where more traditional art forms would suffer damage, mosaics can be constructed to be water and steam proof.

For the Garden – weatherproof art!  By incorporating a mosaic you will help to bring color and interest into your garden all year round.  There are many ways of using mosaics outdoors
from water features, patio inserts, and stand-alone sculptures to tables.  Mosaic art will add individuality to any room.