Hand-crafted sterling silver jewelry by Tampa, FL metalsmith artist Linda P Smith. 


Hello and welcome!  

MosaicSmith represents my creative journey in handmade, which began in 2005 when I learned mosaic art to decorate my humid, Tampa, Florida patio. To add dimension to my mosaics, I learned to glass enamel my hand-shaped copper elements. The enameling process involves using a torch or a kiln to heat glass grains until they fuse. So fun!! From there, I’ve expanded my metalworking skills and have focused on hand-crafted metalsmith and silversmith jewelry since 2014. 


When creating my original designs of handmade art jewelry, I start with a vision and raw materials--favorites include copper, brass, sterling silver, semi-precious gemstones, and glass enamel. From there, I use jeweler’s hand tools (saw, hammers, torch, texture stamps, rolling mill...) to make elements to bring the design to life. These elements will be torch soldered or connected with a cold connection like rivets. 


The common thread through all my projects is a love of nature, especially birds, as well as geometry & patterns. And color, I love color! I strive to create unique, quality, products always handcrafted one at a time. Some designs are simpler and can be reproduced but many are exclusive, intricate, and one-of-a-kind. 


All pieces in my shop are ready to ship and will be on their way to you no later than the next business day. 


Custom orders are available on select jewelry items if materials are in stock. Email to inquire: LindaSmith@mosaicsmith.com or click 'Contact' above.


Curious to see behind-the-scenes metalsmithing info? See my MosaicSmith Instagram page and MosaicSmith.com on TikTok.


Linda's jewelry is also available at http://MosaicSmith.etsy.com

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



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

Select mosaic art images are available as prints on FineArtAmerica.

Florida birds make a regular appearance on my jewelry. So fascinating to me!

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