Andrea Marzo

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Ivory mirror

Ivory mirror

Subtle shades of ivory and cream pottery shards with embedded sea glass and vintage sea washed Italian terracotta flooring.


Shards of pottery, sea glass, shells and objects of antiquity
Sunflower

Sunflower

This mosaic was designed to be hung outside or to bring the intense colour, texture and vibrancy of the summer garden inside in a garden room or conservatory.

Fungi

Fungi

Mushrooms in autumnal forest floor. Representing the incredible range of edible mushroom; Boletus cavipes, Russula Vesca and Lactarius Deliciousus

Skies, moors and shores

Skies, moors and shores

Mixed medium in horizontal triptych style. The skies feature 2 red kites now native to North Yorkshire. (Shell and found objects). The mid section depicts Whitby Abbey and the lower section the rich and varied shoreline of the coast around Whitby.

Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child

This is a commission of Madonna and Child installed in a niche of a Trullo House in Puglia, Southern Italy. The mosaic has Venetian smalti, millifiore with stone and glass. The piece measures 70cm x 53cm although looks much smaller set in the restored limestone wall on the entrance wall.

Trulli Gecko

Trulli Gecko

Inspired by the southern Italian landscape of Puglia. This mosaic attempts to capture the intense impressions of the sand, sea and landscape with the living world.

Treasures beneath your feet

Treasures beneath your feet

A favourite subject of seawashed glass and found objects embedded in the soft sand. The empty flip flops suggest the wearer stepping out and into the limpid turquoise waters of the seashore.

Tree of life

Tree of life

Depicting the tree of life the millefiore are studded in the embracing arms of an ancient tree. The ungrouted tuscan marble representing the knarled and furrowed wood.

Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child

This is a commission of Madonna and Child installed in a niche of a Trullo House in Puglia, Southern Italy. The mosaic has Venetian smalti, millifiore with stone and glass. The piece measures 70cm x 53cm although looks much smaller set in the restored limestone wall on the entrance wall.