I used locally produced stained glass to create mosaic art on a light-weight board. My mosaic art ranges from abstract to icons, florals to dog portraits, house number plaques to store signage, mirrors to city-scapes, outdoor murals to flower pots…
Stevo Sadvary is a well established, full time mosaic artist with a studio in Squirrel Hill. He has created countless artworks ranging from small trivets to dozens of expansive public art pieces. It seems he can tile most anything: fireplaces, back splashes, house number plaques, mirrors, lightweight wall art, murals, outdoor sidewalks, a dog house, a 7 foot tall sculpture and an outdoor fountain both at Phipp’s Conservatory, floors, stairs, a shrine, and a life sized crucifix placed on a 20 foot tall metal cross in a cemetery, oh, and a swimming pool. He felt that the bigger than life-size fire truck mural in Stowe Township, done pro bono, was his greatest achievement. Until, in 2019, he completed a 66 foot long mural at The Ruins Project in Fayette County. The site is an abandoned coal mine just off the Great Allegheny Passage bike trail. The mural pays homage to all miners, railroad and steel workers responsible for building America.