Taken just after it was finished in the studio this shot shows a finished piece awaiting installation. The whale and the surrounding tile will go on to be packed and trucked down to Cape Code to be installed in a breezeway floor.
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Bold colors and a weightless design were essential in creating something vibrant that would compliment the new kitchen and artistic interpretation with the homeowner.
The bold and bright colors creates an attractive look that adds character to the room.
This traditional Maori Design, crafted out of ceramic porcelain, both protects the wall and display's the customer's New Zealand heritage.
Inspiration for this mural came from the homeowner's European heritage and the landscape of her own backyard.
The swordfish is carved out of a durable mix of porcelain, ceramic and slate, it's eye is back-painted glass as well.
A few elegant lines change this backsplash into a picturesque estuary scene.
The church and the village mark a transition from tradition mosaic techniques used in the sky above to that of the deliberate design and carving of each individual piece.
With a pebble floor and trout breaking water just beyond reach, this flying-fish scene makes showering a unique experience, inspired by the natural treasures awaiting just outside in the beautiful, rural Vermont landscape.
Add personality to you bathroom and shower floor.
The various shapes of the petals and the shading of the green tile for the leaves help to capture the essence of a hydrangea in full blossom.
The Mermaid has relaxing blue colors with various waves of details.
This rendition of a thirty eight foot Hatteras was produced from a photograph supplied by the customer, and is located in the entrance to his home on Cape Cod.
The beach style flooring creates an outdoor looks that makes you feel like you're out at the beach.
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