CrackMeUp

Mosaic Art for Home & Garden

Kentucky, United States · 8 Sales

CrackMeUp

Mosaic Art for Home & Garden

Kentucky, United States 8 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   I have worked in mosaics since 2004. As a member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, I have attended several mosaic workshops at their annual conferences. My work includes whimsical and functional items such as mirrors, address and welcome signs, tables, lazy susans, wall art, as well as garden items such as planters/pots, bird houses, bird baths, garden balls and other yard art.

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I have worked in mosaics since 2004. As a member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, I have attended several mosaic workshops at their annual conferences. My work includes whimsical and functional items such as mirrors, address and welcome signs, tables, lazy susans, wall art, as well as garden items such as planters/pots, bird houses, bird baths, garden balls and other yard art.

Frankie Kozicky

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Frankie Kozicky

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Hollie Garrido

Hollie Garrido on Mar 20, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Adorable frame, exactly like the picture! Super fast delivery! Thanks!

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Originally from Ohio, I have lived in Lexington for over 30 years. As a stay-at-home mom for a couple of years, I was looking for something creative to do when I saw a mosaic project on HGTV. I experimented with some broken stained glass and dishes and the next thing I knew, I was scouring for scrap at tile and glass shops and thrift stores for dishes and other items. What I enjoy most about making mosaics is the variety of materials that can be used. Other than ceramics and glass, I use rocks, beads, wine corks, shells, bottle caps, gun shells, old keys, jewelry, etc.

As a member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, I have participated in several mosaic workshops at their annual conferences and belong to a blog of mosaic artists who discuss topics on tools, materials and adhesives. I enjoy making whimsical as well as functional items such as mirrors, picture frames, address/welcome signs, vases, tables, bird houses and feeders, flower pots, bird baths, and garden balls. Each mosaic is made with great care and a desire to create something that will stand the test of time.
To see more of my work, go to my website www.crackmeupmosaics.com If you see something that interests you, just email me and together we’ll create your own unique piece.

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  • Frankie Kozicky

    Owner, Mosaic Artist

    I am a self-taught artist and have worked in mosaics since 2004. As a member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, I recently participated in several mosaic workshops at their annual conference.

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Last updated on October 2, 2014
Thank you for visiting my shop! Originally from Ohio, I have lived in Lexington, KY for over 30 years and have been making mosaics since 2004. I was looking for a creative outlet when I saw a mosaic project on HGTV and next thing I knew, I was scouring for scrap at tile and glass shops as well as thrift stores for materials. That's what I love most about mosaics is the variety of materials that one can use. My work includes whimsical and functional items that are made with great care and a desire to create something that will last a long time.

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I prefer Paypal.
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I normally use USPS Priority with tracking and insurance.
Refunds and Exchanges
Each piece of mosaic that I create is done with the greatest care and a sincere desire to make something of beauty that will last. Each is, quite frankly, a small piece of me. I want my customers to be satisfied with their purchase and feel confident they have an item that will stand the test of time.

However, I have no control over how the piece has been handled once it is purchased from me. Therefore, it is critical to take care of your item as if it were a work of art. If the item is damaged, I am willing to attempt to repair the piece for a nominal fee along with the price of shipping. If there is clear evidence that the piece deteriorated in an untimely fashion due to design flaws on my part, then I will negotiate a partial or complete refund with the client on an individual basis. This is not a guarantee for a refund.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you have an interest in commissioning a piece, please contact me at kozicky [!at] twc.com A mosaic cannot be rushed and requires a lot of patience; the bits are created and placed individually. The materials are limitless and often recycled. You are welcome to assist in the design process. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind work of art and price will depend on size and complexity of the design.