Nathalie is best known for her explorative, highly intricate work involving intriguing and elegant designs and unusual designs. Nathalie has exhibited extensively internationally including solo and group exhibitions. She has been selected to exhibit in some o the most prestigious mosaic art exhibitions in the world and her work has been exhibited in museum in France, in the U.S and recently at the prestigious Medici Museum in Florence. She fell in love with the mosaic medium 20 years ago and has been teaching extensively for 14 years and thoroughly enjoys passing on the knowledge she has acquired over the years. 

Nathalie is best known for her explorative, highly intricate work involving intriguing and elegant designs and unusual designs.

Nathalie has exhibited extensively internationally including solo and group exhibitions. She has been selected to exhibit in some o the most prestigious mosaic art exhibitions in the world and her work has been exhibited in museum in France, in the U.S and recently at the prestigious Medici Museum in Florence.

She fell in love with the mosaic medium 20 years ago and has been teaching extensively for 14 years and thoroughly enjoys passing on the knowledge she has acquired over the years. 

 

Arianna Puntin is a mosaic artist from Friuli, she grew up in Aquileia surrounded by its magnificent 4th-Century mosaics, which later inspired her to enrol at the famous Spilimbergo School of mosaic. She graduated in 2010 and was selected to join the specialization course reserved for the best students that year.  After her graduation she started working on her own projects and for other mosaic companies, always providing attention to details and passion on every commission. Her personal works ranges from colourful modern "pop" pieces to more earthy organic coloured ones where in both, different material are used from the classic glass/marble to more unconventional ones like shells, metal scraps and typefaces.

Arianna Puntin is a mosaic artist from Friuli, she grew up in Aquileia surrounded by its magnificent 4th-Century mosaics, which later inspired her to enrol at the famous Spilimbergo School of mosaic.

She graduated in 2010 and was selected to join the specialization course reserved for the best students that year. 

After her graduation she started working on her own projects and for other mosaic companies, always providing attention to details and passion on every commission.

Her personal works ranges from colourful modern "pop" pieces to more earthy organic coloured ones where in both, different material are used from the classic glass/marble to more unconventional ones like shells, metal scraps and typefaces.