Glass micromosaic

Close up of central design in 5×7 foot micromosaic of Venice’s Piazza San Marco, by E. Cerato, dated 1907. Detail is achieved by the shapes and arrangement of tiny pieces of glass called tesserae, which are cut from thin, opaque rods of glass.

It’s amazing what you can do if you devote the time it takes to get the job done. So, quit procrastinating!

One comment

  1. kayak woman says:

    I agree about the procrastination! Easier said than done but making progress here on The Planet Ann Arbor! 🙂