One Day Pattern Making in Mosaic
Saturday 2nd March 10am-5pm
For beginners. Work with broken china and ceramics using nippers.
A mosaic taster course during which you will learn the basics of mosaic making using the direct method. You will make a 10cms square tile or coaster exploring the possibilities of pattern making in the mosaic medium. A wide range of materials will be available for you to choose from, including vitreous glass tiles, matt ceramic tiles, and vintage patterned china.
You will learn how to cut down and shape your tesserae using tile nippers , stick down your mosaic into a pattern of your own design then grout and clean your mosaic ready to take home at the end of the day.
All equipment and materials are provided and detailed handouts on all aspects of the course will be given.
This short intensive course will introduce you to the pleasures of mosaic making and enable you to continue making mosaics independently or come back to learn more!
TUTOR: CATHERINE PARKINSON
Catherine Parkinson is a freelance mosaic artist. She has been working in the mosaic medium for 22 years. Her original training was in textiles: she has a degree in hand embroidery, with secondary study in drawing and painting from Manchester Metropolitan University.
She currently teaches mosaic part-time in adult education. She has worked with community groups, schools and in mental health facilitating the making and installation of publicly sited mosaics. She has undertaken private mosaic commissions for walls and floors.
Last but by no means least she makes her own mosaic art, for exhibition and sale. Examples of her own work, together with commissioned and community projects can be viewed on her website: www.catherineparkinson.com
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