About and Blog Posts: Masterful Mosaics by Two Guys Named Mike

A 22 Ft. long Mosaic Seating Area in Littleton, CO. by Mike Squared Mosaics.

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Mike Squared Mosaics / Mexico.
Masterful Mosaics by Two Guys Named Mike.
Tile and Glass Creations by Mike Juarez and Mike Cody.

Our Mosaics are about visually enhancing personal and public spaces with color and texture.
We believe our work stimulates a positive mood and mindset.
Our Mosaics tell stories via stone, tile, glass, and pottery.
We create our own, “Specialty Tile”, so you won’t see them anywhere else but in our own Mosaics.
Our custom tile includes Insects. Birds. Florals, Fauna, Sea Life, Regional References, and much more.
Cody and I will integrate almost everything into the murals.
Anything perceived as second-hand or throw away may become a part of our Mosaic menu.
Our Mosaics spark interest from a distance or up close.

For more information call us.
We’re located in Colonia La Ermita, Merida, Mexico. Landline # 999-290-5378.
Cell # 999-434-4148.

  
Tree of Life. The new Kaiser Permanente building in Lone Tree, Colorado. By Mike Squared Mosaics. Completed Fall 2013.

Tree of Life. The new Kaiser Permanente building in Lone Tree, Colorado. By Mike Squared Mosaics. Completed Fall 2013.

 

The Winds Of Change.

 

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You Only Live This Life Once.
Sometimes You Just Gotta Make Your Own Damn Paradise!

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Recent Posts

Our Beloved St. Francis

We love all animals, even Iguanas…..Rosemary Solano! Our favorite of the saints is St. Francis.
Mike C. constructed the platform out of concrete block and permanently attached it to the dining room wall. He also finished the sides with masilla and paint. I stenciled the Red Roses and accessorized with little flowery lights at the top. The wood carved St. Francis is our own that we brought all the way from Denver town. We think it’s an antique and originally came from northern New Mexico, the San Luis Valley in Colorado, or maybe even old Mexico.
If you have some time here is a sweet little blog about the Red Rose and it’s connection to Mexico.

http://jennysmexico.blogspot.mx/2014/05/mexico-where-rose-is-more-than-rose.html?m=1

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