Intarsia – This technique involves pieces of stone or wood of the same thickness, carefully cut to shape so that they fit together into a design without gaps. Sometimes referred to as inlay, particularly when the pieces are set into a solid background. Shaped ceramic or found object intarsia is often called pietre dure.
Reverse method – Also called the Indirect Method. It is a technique involving sticking mosaic tesserae to a temporary surface and then transferring them all together to the mosaic site. A typical method would be […]
Design is the cornerstone of Mosaic. The following aspects are critical considerations: Location of work – Is the piece installed or portable? Is it indoor or outdoor? Materials – What Teserrae are to be used, […]