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Mosaics were a major part of the New York City Subway when it first opened to the public in 1904. Although later design concepts have often opted for cheaper or more modern materials, Arts For Transit is making sure to keep the mosaic tradition alive by commissioning artists to create permanent mosaic installations for the subway. But, since these commissioned artists are usually not mosaicists themselves, they have to turn to an expert.

Stephen Miotto is one of the mosaic craftsmen who has been responsible for the creation and installation of many of the subway art mosaics. Like many other master mosaicists, Stephen has a special ability to interpret the unique and often complex visions of artists from all different disciplines. Here’s a look at some of Stephen’s best work.

  • andy

    Hello Stephen i am a mosaic installer with a love for your work and would love to do your work,,i have installed for 30 = years and live in brooklyn,,if interested plerase reply andyp55@live.com thank you

  • http://www.facebook.com/bentemirella.martinuzzi Bente Mirella Martinuzzi

    Ciao Steve – complimenti …..

  • gina

    I was wondering if you could let me know about your art work i buy storage units and in this last unit i have a sketch with your signature and a paper saying that it is a original could you help me

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