A mixed media glass/vintage china mosaic wall hanging, combined with a free-style painterly process, on a slate round.
10cm x 10cm
Sensing a loose line design, the spontaneous mosaic process begins to manifest as vibrant hues, tender tones, interesting patterns and textures...
Lovingly created using magnetic colour tones and bold shapes in re-cycled/vintage china and opaque/iridised stained glass.
Finished with a freestyle painterly process of contrasting colour flows and edged with gold leaf paste.
The mosaic wall hanging has a fixing on the back and is ready to hang.
Postage within the UK
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Great workshop. Plenty of materials to use and warm friendly group of people.
Would personally liked a bit longer to work on my piece but still had a very enjoyable day, learning new skills and meeting wonderful people
Response from Mosaics & Miracles:Thank you for your feedback Angela. It was lovely to explore with you.
This was an unexpected gift for my birthday ... and I LOVED it. Emma (our course tutor) was so welcoming, easy, warm and encouraging of whatever stage all the students were at. (me an absolute novice😉 ) She created a learning environment that was supportive and friendly ... and we not only all learned of the methodology and 'tricks of the trade' from Emma's life-long experience and love of the craft but also from one another.
All materials and tools were supplied for our use - and for us to familiarise ourselves with which materials/medium/approach appealed to us. We were encouraged to 'go with the flow' and in whichever direction our instincts took us ... changing direction/materials along the way when something didn't quite feel right. A journey of discovery and learning, experimenting and progression. A time-out for ourselves to try something that we had maybe wanted to try but had never quite got around to.
As I mentioned earlier ... I LOVED it ... and whole-heartedly recommend anyone who may have had inclinations to try it ... DO IT.