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What materials are used to make stone art mosaics?

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Handmade stone mosaic art works are pieces of all kinds of natural stone with ceramic, glass, clay, or other materials used to create a unique mosaic design.

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What kind of glue is used for stone art mosaics?

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You can use a water based glue, has no fumes, dries clear and water resistant, bonds to most any surface, is non-toxic and cleans up easily.

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What surfaces can I work stone art mosaics on?

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Sturdy, durable objects made of metal, glass/mirror, wood, terracotta, or concrete work well as base objects for a mosaic.

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What are Byzantine mosaics?

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Byzantine mosaics are handmade mosaics produced under the influence of the Byzantine Empire and from the 4th to the 15th centuries. Byzantine mosaics were extensively used to depict religious subjects on the interior of churches within the Empire.

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What was the purpose of Roman mosaics?

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Romans used mosaics to decorate floors and walls in homes and temples. They were a complex and beautiful art that often indicated the importance of a place or the wealth of a homeowner.

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How did Romans make mosaics?

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Roman mosaics are constructed from geometrical blocks called tesserae, placed together to create the shapes of figures, motifs and patterns. Marble and glass were occasionally used as tesserae, as were small pebbles, and precious metals like gold.

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Where did Romans use mosaics?

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Floor mosaics are one of the most well-preserved and widespread types of Roman art. They were found throughout the Roman Empire from Britain to Mesopotamia. Mostly used in public buildings such as Roman baths and marketplaces, they were also used in places of worship like synagogues and churches.

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