This is no orbinary class. Orbrignt! Orbrign! Orbright!
Get ready for a fabulous large mosaic orb in your yard. Enjoy a five-day workshop at Hidden Mosaic in Rockwall, Texas where you will sculpt a garden orb in the morning and mosaic in the afternoon. Get pumped learning to operate different tools in an environment that’s not your home. There is a glass kiln that can be used to make blobs for your orb! Enjoy selections from my tile stashes for use on your orb.
Just an fyi, the surface area of an 18 inch orb is 8.75 square feet. Please call me about two weeks prior to class, to set up an pre-class appointment to go over your design. Optional security mount can be applied to your project with an supply charge($20.parts) paid to Mr. David during class.
Bring. Favorite tools, wheel cutter, eye protection and any tile that you would like to incorporate into your design.
Your orb awaits.
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Paws to Remember. Ashes to Jewels Mosaic Pendant
When wearing this mini pendant mosaic, fashioned from the bone fragments of your beloved pet, you will keep them near your heart at all times. What a great way to share pet stories when your friends comment on the beautiful pendant you’re wearing. Bring your pet’s ashes to this workshop and create a wonderful piece of art with select bone fragments.
Please bring a photo of your pet to share and a favorite story to tell.
Bring: Your pet’s ashes from cremation and any stones, gems, or keepsakes you would like to incorporate in the design.
Tools: Favorite tools, wheel cutter, tweezers, eye protection.
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This workshop will be in the CAC Summer Line-up.
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Select the right colors of glass, Let your eyes do the mixing!
Color theory for mosaic is an extension beyond color theory for painting. In this workshop, the mosaic artist will learn how to mix different colors of glass to create a third color when viewed at a distance. The effect of this interaction is called simultaneous contrast. We will discuss the use of color in a mosaic and how to focus the viewer’s gaze on a particular area.
This workshop will increase the artist’s confidence when selecting colors for their project.
Bring: Your favorite wheeled nipper, tweezers and eyeprotection