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

The Sun and The Moon

Things That Make You Smile. The City of Denver Eastside Human Services Department Building Lobby.Things That Make You Smile. The City of Denver Eastside Human Services Department Building Lobby.Things That Make You Smile. The City of Denver Eastside Human Services Department Building Lobby.

 

 

 

Things That Make You Smile. The Eastside Human Services Department Lobby. Denver.

The Winds Of Change.


Tile, Stone, and Glass Creations by Mike Juarez and Mike Cody.

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

 

Our Mosaics are about visually enhancing personal and public spaces with color and texture.

For more information email us at: mtnbean1@aol.com

 

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

 


 

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

 

 

Recent Posts

I’m on minted.com! Sign in, review, and vote on my Photography!

Well hello there!
If you have some spare time to kill I would appreciate it if you could take a look at my current Photography exhibit and review each of the 8 images I have submitted to the minted.com / Spaces and Places Art challenge.
Minted.com is a great site for artists to submit their work for review, critique, and exposure.
My work is at: http://www.minted.com/designer/mikejuarez

Sign up to the minted.com website as a new member then you can vote and of course it’s free. Click on each of my photos and by using the ratings scale provided, 5 being the highest, review my photos, “like”, if you wish and enter your score of 1 through 5 by clicking on the submit button. I believe you have through July 27th to vote and review.

The photograph shown is one I took in the Yucatan jungle. It’s the trunk of a giant Fig tree. It’s titled, “Tendons and Roots”.

Thanks bunches!
Mike J.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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