Classy Glass in Mosaics
An Eight Week Program about the Art of Classical Mosaics
Saturdays, from 9:30am to 12pm
October 15 to December 10, 2022
Ages 18+ | Supplies Included
$179 for WADA Members | $199 for Non-Members
Mosaic making is perhaps the oldest form of art having been practiced for 5000 years. Learn the basis of getting started making mosaics – the tiles (tesserae), the adhesives and the laying of the tiles. It has changed radically through the millennia and the evolution continues.
Using a combination of lecture/slideshow, drawing, examples, and hands-on practice using stained glass, students will not only create their own mosaic pieces, but more importantly, gain a strong understanding of mosaics as an art form and the fascinating history behind it.
About the Artist
Teresa Sullivan began making mosaics more than 20 years ago after a pivotal trip to Tunisia in 1997. There she walked among the ruins of the Roman Empire and glimpsed the possibilities of this most ancient art form. So began her journey- learning this 5,000 year-old skill. She studies with teachers throughout Italy, Mexico and the United States.
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