"Autumn Pond"  - Recycled paper packaging mosaic

Michael Sweere – Mosaic Art

Michael Sweere is a talented artist from Minneapolis, whose work consists in fine art mosaics, created with recycled materials like paper packaging items, tins, cans, glasses, coffee cups, dishes, plates, or any other type of material that can be cut into pieces and reassembled into these amazing works of art.

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"Birchwood" - Glass, stone and ceramic tile mosaic

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"It's all downhill from here", Recycled paper packaging mosaic

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"Autumn Pond" - Recycled paper packaging mosaic

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"Plaza La Noche" - Broken coffee cups, plates, glass and ceramic tile mosaic

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"Haunted" - Glass, stone and ceramic tile mosaic

Michael starts his mosaics by drawing the outline with a pencil, then coloring them to visualize the color scheme. After that, he chooses the materials for the mosaic, mixing and matching shades and colors, until the artwork emerges.

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Manitou" - Salvaged tin and nail collage on plywood panel

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"Red Cabin" - Glass, stone and ceramic tile mosaic

Michael Sweere is represented by Sivertson Galleries, in Minnesota.

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"Time Traveler" - Salvaged tin and nail collage on plywood panel

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"Windstorm" - Broken coffee cup handles and ceramic tile mosaic

 (All images via Michael Sweere)

3 Responses to “Michael Sweere – Mosaic Art”

  1. sandy

    I love your work. You have inspired me. What do you use to set your material? Do you seal it?

    Thanks

    Sandy

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