Our Gallery
Because of multiple layers of epoxy resin, the surface has depth and a glassy feel and a slight yellowing which adds warmth and makes it feel as if we're preserving ancient master artistry in glass. Sit it on an easel stand or hang on the wall.
The Great Wave off Kanagawa
Katsushika Hokusai, 1831
Mona Lisa Too
Anonymous painter from Leonardo's studio
Ocean Scene
Glazed earthenware, 1937
Snow at Argenteuil
Claude Monet, France, 1874
Fishing Boats on Beach
Vincent van Gogh, France, 1874
The Warship Rotterdam
Created from a tapestry of 180 earthenware tiles by Hendrik Schut, Rotterdam, 1700
Sleeping Cat
Kōno Bairei, Japan, 1844-1895
The Shogun
Kōno Bairei, Japan, 1844-1895
Glass Slabs
4 x 12 x 3/4 inch, heavy
Amsterdam Leper Hospital
Glazed earthenware, 1937
Chinese porcelain is a mix of white clay with powdered stone. Under intense heat, silica in the stone melted into glass which bonded with the clay to create glassy ceramics. Europeans substituted powdered glass, instead of powered stone and added calcined bone to their clay formula enabling them to produce porcelain with lower temperature kilns. When decorated by fine Dutch artists, western porcelain competed well with Chinese porcelain, although the Dutch often painted oriental style, making it appear to be authentic Chinese porcelain.
Bridge and River Scene
Glazed earthenware, 1937
Italian Landscape
Glazed earthenware, 1937
Flowering Branch
Woodcut Print, China 1882
Alpine Flowers
Woodcut Print, Japan
Bunting on blossom branch
Ohara Koson, 1877-1945
Crow on Willow Branch
Female artist Okuhara Seiko
Dragonfly on Bullrush
Artist Kōno Bairei, 1844-1895
Two colt geese in flight
Ohara Koson, Japan, Woodblock Print
Two Cranes
Artist: Ohara Koson, Japan, Woodblock Print
Birds in the Rainforest
Ohara Koson, Japanese Woodblock Print
Mandarin Ducks
Artist: Ohara Koson, Japan, Woodblock Print
Two Carp
Ohara Koson, Japan, Woodblock Print
Bamboo Vase
Tokuriki Tomikichirō, 1947
Wife Combing her Hair
Tokuriki Tomikichirō, 1947
Girls Night Out
Beryl Cook, London
The Cutter Yacht "Scud"
Lithograph for Currier and Ives, 1885
Two Ducks in Profile
Anonymous artist, India, 1878
Winter in Union Square
American artist, Childe Hassam, 1889
The Kiss
Gustav Klimt, Germany 1920s
Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer
Gustav Klimt, 1905
Woman Drinking Absinthe
Pablo Picasso, 1901
Majolica with Wildflowers
Vincent van Gogh, 1888
Street scene in Point Neuf
August Renoir, Paris, 1888
The Korean Elder
Anymous, Korea, 1888


Tile Sets
Two or more tiles can conspire to create one art expression. We have 6 inch square tiles and 3 x 6 half tiles. These work together to create tile sets which can be spaced to fill an area that a framed print might have occupied. They are unique ways to present art and less expensive than most framed prints.
Tile and a Half Sets
One full tile plus half a tile
Wheelmen in a red hot finish
Illustration from 19th century sports magazine
Mini Tiles 1
Hang just one or hang a few.
Mini Tiles 2
Hang just one or hang a few.
Fish and Reeds
3 square tiles set
The Great Wave
Tile and a half set
Flora of the World
From Flora of the World, the most expensive coffee table book ever!
Walk like and Egyptian
Pair of tiles cropped from art of the Pyramids.
Flight Under the Moon
Set of two vertically
Moorhen under Flowering Iris
Set of two vertically
Bohemian WaxWing Birds
Set of two vertically