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The art of mosaic is one of the earliest, and it was discovered in Mesopotamia. Back then, colored stones and shells were used to create patterns and pictures. The art form continued to be used throughout the ages in the Middle East, Europe, and pretty much everywhere else. Maps were made of stone tiles, and people from the Bible were depicted in mosaic forms. Mosaics were as intricate or simple as the artist wanted.

Whether a mosaic adorns the backsplash in a kitchen, the top of a table, the walls of a bathroom, or even the floor. The basic definition of a mosaic is that it¡¯s a decoration of a surface. You could use that same definition for any piece of art, and so the distinguishing feature of a custom mosaic art installment is that it typically uses fragments of tile or stone to create the decoration.

A mosaic can turn up the class in any room, and even when applied to a surface using neutral colors, it adds pop to the area. Most mosaic patterns used on walls let the natural beauty of the stone, glass, or other material shine on its own, but some designs are intricate pieces of art that form flowers, faces, or places.

Today, mosaic designs are still made into detailed images of people, places, and things, or they¡¯re used to create patterns in courtyards, on tabletops, and as backsplashes in kitchens. The only real difference today is that many mosaics are being manufactured. There¡¯s a debate as to whether these computer-created mosaics are still considered art, or even mosaics because they aren¡¯t technically artisanal.

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