Sacha Aponte de Roeck
Mosaic art is both captivating and versatile.
Each work is patiently made of small, hand-nipped pieces of ceramic tiles, at times combined with glass and natural stone accents. The art form has been around for millennia. Mosaic works can be integrated into floor designs, in tabletops, or mounted on a wall, but they stand alone very well. Wooden or concrete objects can be covered with a mosaic, creating new three-dimensional art pieces.
This media expands well beyond its architectural function. Mosaics have so much color and texture. This is a true form of artistic expression, requiring talent, skill, technique, and an artist’s vision. Mosaics offer design options for any space; indoors or outdoors. They can be structural, functional, decorative, or solely artistic. As colorful conversation pieces, mosaics bring life and playfulness to a structure, garden, gallery space, or room. Browse my website for inspiration at www.vivare.net/mosaics, ask about classes, or commission your own project.