"Thoroughly enjoyable, learned new techniques and made a finished mosaic"
Now Booking with a £20 deposit
Dive into the alluring landscape of mosaic art..
..create and become inspired
Decorative Mosaics / 1 Day Class
Barnoon Workshop, St. Ives
Date - Tuesday 25th May 2021
Cost - £90 inc materials
A wonderful opportunity to develop knowledge and techniques in this beautiful decorative art form, with professional mosaic artist Stephanie Roberts. Stephanie is based in Wales and will be in residence for a week here at Barnoon Workshop. Stephanie has many years of experience making mosaics with involvement in both national and international mosaic commissions and public instillations. She has experience teaching classes and in community groups too. Her work focuses on a landscape of colour, form and movement.
Who is This Course for?
This 1 day course is suitable for those aged 16 and above. Aimed at any one who would like to develop new knowledge and skills, with space and time to get absorbed in the alluring materials of ceramic and glass! Both complete beginners, and experienced makers and creatives are welcome.
What is Involved?
Taught in small (socially distanced} groups, with plenty of individual help at each stage. You will be guided through all the process of creating a mosaic from scratch – including practical aspects of design, planning, handling materials, tools and best practice. You can also learn about the creative language, techniques and theories of mosaic art.
Leave with your own unique mosaic art piece, on a 15 x 15 cm ceramic surface that is suitable for the home or garden.
Start 10am A brief Introduction to Mosaic Art
Design, colour and materials and mosaic design
Grout and polish
What We Provide
All materials inc. tiles (included in price) and tools will be provided.
Protective goggles and aprons available.
What You need To Bring
Please come with a design or reference material for your mosaic. (Please don’t hesitate to contact Stephanie with your design ideas before the course.)
Bring a mask and wear appropriate clothing and covered footwear.
Feel free to bring any objects that you might like to incorporate into your work, such as shells, found objects etc