Mosaic class in Tasman
11th + 12th November2020 ( 3 space avail both days)at 159 Stringer road/ Tasman Ph 03 5402019
Spaces are limited to 6 people
Mosaic workshop with artist Maria Middlebrook-Wells (Dip VA)
I have a range of mosaic backers (butterflies, bees, heart, tui and fantail) to choose from an two mirror sizes but you have a smaller item like a terracotta pot or saucer flat edge mirror etc you wish to mosaic I am all into recycling and revamping second hand items so you can bring them along.
Learn how to use variety mosaic tools and materials
You will go home with a finished piece of artwork (depending on size and complexity) and the ability to create your own pieces at home.
Morning and afternoon tea will be provided just bring your own lunch.
Parents and children from 10 years and upwards welcome
Suitable for beginners through to some experience.
All basic materials as well as tools/safety equipment will be provided in a heated modern studio. Extra will be charged for more expensive tiles and decorations or for those doing larger projects.
$100 for one day $190 for the weekend
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