Methods & Process

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Opus Tessellatum was the most commonly used technique in the production of Hellenistic, Roman, early Christian, and Byzantine mosaics. In this technique the mosaic is made from tesserae that larger than 4 mm. These tesserae are laid in lines following the contours of the pattern the artist wants to represent. In Opus Pixellatum, most tesserae are square. Hover some are shaped as trapeze or triangle to follow natural curves. Each tesserae has to be individually cut. Until 2015, I have worked almost exclusively in Opus Tessellatum.


Excellence through Tradition and Innovation

Life is too short to create mediocre arts. While I systematically research the Methods and Techniques of classical Roman mosaic artists to use them in my work I also constantly investigate and experiment with new techniques. I want to create mosaics of the highest quality, of a design that has never been seen before.


Inspiring people

My art is about inspiring people. I believe an artist should give back to the community that supports him or her. Mosaic Art is an amazing way to get people to work together at a project that will profit their community. I organize and participate in events to promote community building through the Art of Mosaic.