Metal Art Tiles

 

Metal art tiles are hand-made tiles and one-of-a-kind. The colors and designs will be similar but never exactly the same. These metal tiles are colorfast and won’t fade in sunlight. The metal is permanently glued to a 1/8″ masonite backing. Other substrates are available on request. These metal art tiles are sealed with acrylic and are safe for both indoor and outdoor use. I haven’t tried them on a floor but, if sealed with a polyurethane like a wood floor, they should do fine. Metal tiles can be sized anywhere from 2″ x 2″ to 48″ x 60″. Sizes can be mixed, rectangles with squares, etc. We can also laser cut metal tiles to make non-Euclidean and free-form designs.

There is a huge variety of tiles here, both flat and pressed/embossed. Because many of the tiles are made with copper or brass, there is a huge variety of colors available: greens, blues, oranges, browns, reds and more! Very large patinated tiles (up to 60″ x 60″)  make great wall art. Multi-tiled assemblages can be made huge or small and are reminiscent of patchwork quilts. I am very proud of this large body of metal tiles artwork.



Metal art tiles includes unusual and unique copper, brass, bronze, aluminum and steel wall tiles with patinas and embossing, some mounted on metal framing boards suitable for hanging, other metal art tiles suitable for wall and floor tiling.

I would love to find a wholesale distributor who could place very large orders with me, for 1000+ tiles at a time. Since these tiles are very labor-intensive, it is only cost-effective to make one large batch at a time. Know anyone?

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John Searles

Metal sculptor and metal artist John Searles lives in Southwest Michigan where he creates and ships his art sculptures around the world. Specializing in custom designs, sizes and materials and utilizing his expert fabrication techniques he enjoys every day transforming his imaginative ideas into metal.
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