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Paper Mosaics, All Levels   

Recycling your junk mail is good, but repurposing it into art is even better – and fun! Using scissors and/or paper punches, we cut old magazines, flyers, and other colorful papers into small pieces of various shapes and fit them together like a traditional mosaic into pictures or abstract designs. Start saving your junk mail now, so that by the time class starts you’ll have a wide variety of colors and patterns to choose from. Artworks are created on canvas board and will be ready for framing. No previous art experience necessary. 

 
Paper Mosaics, All Levels
Item: GMA1002 Patricia Rockwood
Day of the Week: F     STC Sarasota Bldg 5 Rm 5-106
Sessions: 6 Location: 4748 Beneva Rd Sarasota, FL 34233
Dates: 8/9/2024-9/13/2024      Fee: $139.00
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM  

Please check with the ACE office to see if the class has met the required number of students prior to purchasing your materials.

Supplies: 

Good paper scissors, white (PVA) glue such as Elmer's, Mod Podge or other non-yellowing glue for a finishing coat (Mod Podge can also be used as a glue), some colorful paper, and a couple of canvas boards 5x7 size or larger. Liquitex Matte Medium can also be used both as a glue and as a finishing coat. Other supplies, such as tweezers, brayer (rolling pin), X-acto knife, parchment paper or wax paper, and various paper punches, are optional.


 

 

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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Address: 4748 Beneva Road | Sarasota, Florida 34233 | Map it.

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