Marble is a metamorphic rock consisting of Limestone but mostly composed of Calcite. It is used extensively for sculpture, building materials and has many decorative uses. The pure white Marble is probably the most common form known, but the characteristic swirls and veins of many colored Marble varieties are usually due to various mineral impurities such as Clay, Silt, Sand, Iron Oxides or Chert.
Picasso Marble is mined exclusively in southern Utah is has a fascinating combination of grey and tans, that resembles abstract art. It was named after Pablo Picasso who revolutionized the way we see art and artists.