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Mosaics, Open Studio (not for beginners) (incl some mat'l)   

Explore the many facets of mosaics in this independent study “open studio” class. Each student works on a project of their choosing, and instructor provides individual coaching as needed. Topics of interest to the group will be discussed. Work with glass tile, stained glass, or "found objects" such as shells, buttons, or jewelry. Create a mosaic trivet, mirror, box, tabletop, or picture frame; work on a fine art piece to hang on your wall; or experiment with 3-D. Previous experience in mosaic is required to work independently in this class. Beginners and returning students are recommended to take Mosaic Basics or other beginner-level courses. Bring tools if you have your own; consumables such as glue and grout; and any specialized materials and surfaces to mosaic on that are not routinely available in the Studio.

Mosaics, Open Studio (not for beginners) (incl some mat'l)
Item: GMOS2002 Patricia Rockwood
Day of the Week: Tu     STC Sarasota Bldg 5 Rm 5-106
Sessions: 6 Location: 4748 Beneva Rd Sarasota, FL 34233
Dates: 3/5/2024-4/16/2024      Fee: $175.00
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM  


Supplies: Bring glue and other consumables, your planned substrate, and any specialized materials you need for your project. Scrap glass and donated tile and china are all available for your use, as well as tools and equipment in the Studio. Bring a container or box top lid for materials storage. 


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

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