Welcome to MosaicSmith

Hand fabricated sterling silver jewelry by Tampa, FL artist Linda Pieroth Smith. 


Linda's creative journey began with an exploration of mosaic art to create durable art for her outside space. To embellish her work, she learned torch-enameling on copper. Creating with copper led to a further interest in creating more exclusively with metal. 

Now, Linda's focus is creating original and hand fabricated jewelry, predominantly using fine and sterling silver. The beautiful birds, flora, colors, and views around the Tampa Bay area are a strong influence in her designs.

Linda earned an Award of Merit at the 2016 Apollo Beach Manatee Festival of the Arts, and in 2017 was honored to be included in Creative Loafing Tampa Bay’s “Gift Guide: Local Jewelry Artists”

Watch her work- follow MosaicSmith on Instagram for work in progress pictures. 

Custom orders on select jewelry items, if materials are in stock.

Email to inquire: LindaSmith@mosaicsmith.com or click 'Contact' above.

Linda's jewelry & mosaic work are also available at http://MosaicSmith.etsy.com

Blog with mosaic how-to's: http://MosaicSmith.Blogspot.com



First mosaic art piece on Linda Pieroth Smith's journey

My very first mosaic, 2005. NFS.

Nature has a strong influence on my art.

A bird theme ring by MosaicSmith

Florida birds make a regular appearance on my jewelry. So fascinating to me! Browse the Birds Collection to see more.

MosaicSmith shop cat.

My fur baby, Shadow. Well named as she is often by my side. Or in my lap, promting me to take a break :)

Fluorite Seascape Earrings by MosaicSmith

Fluorite Seascape Earrings, 2018.

Still finding inspiration in the sea, and now have a Seascape Collection.

Bird theme mosaic Art by Linda Pieroth Smith

Mixed media mosaic of a curious egret encountered on vacation in Sarasota, FL. 2009, NFS.

Fun fact: Select mosaic art images are available as prints on FineArtAmerica. A few originals are available in my Etsy MosaicSmith shop.

MosaicSmith artisan Linda Pieroth Smith at work in her shop.

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