MOROCCAN STYLE MOSAIC ART FOR BEGINNERS WORKSHOP Sunday 03.05.20 1.30pm - 5.30pm
In this workshop with Mosaic Artist Louise Proost, you will taught the principles of mosaic art as you roll up your sleeves and get busy creating your own masterpiece.
You will be shown how to cut (using round wheel cutters) and glue glass tiles within your choice of a mandala sketch and once the glue has dried, you will be taught how to grout your artwork.
You will take home your finished piece, usually the size of a round placemat that can be used as a wall hanging or a trivet.
This class is suitable for ages 13 and up and no experience is necessary.
All materials are included in the price of the class.
Our address is Studio 4102 N.O 4 Daydream St Warriewood, NSW 2102.
*For bookings of 4 or more people, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about a group discount.
Your space in a class is reserved only once full payment has been received.
Our workshop tickets are non refundable, but if you are aware you will be unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to someone else you wish to come in your place.
In the event you forget to come or you are unable to attend a workshop, the ticket is non transferable after the event.
About your Tutor;
Louise Proost is a self taught mosaic artist, originating from Johannesburg, South Africa.
Whist in South Africa, she focused on commissioned house numbers, bathroom mosaics and workshops.
After emigrating in 2005, she focused on family commitments up until 2015.
Her first major portrait work began as an ode to Nelson Mandela, a courtyard mural. This piece provoked an interest amongst her peers and soon commissioned work commenced repeatedly. Louise is predominantly a portrait mosaic artist, replicating images of celebrities, loved ones, famous artworks. These include works by Trechikoff, Vermeer, Hokusai, Van Hamersveld and Banksy.
Commissioned work in the form of landscapes, animals and botanical images are also part of her portfolio.
Louise resumed teaching mosaic classes at the end of 2015, with groups ranging from 5-15 students at a time.
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