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Blue Sky Mosaics

Contact Name: Ann Stephen

Telephone: +441467641617

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Newhouse South Cottown
AB51 0XR

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Blue Sky Mosaics's Courses

Aberdeenshire - Next course on 31st March 2018
All courses listed are two day courses and are suitable for beginners. One day courses are available by arrangement. Courses begin at 9.30am and finish at 4.30pm on both days. I have been practising Mosaics for 12 years after being introduced to the Art on a trip to New Zealand. Mosaics are my passion and I love sharing my skills with others and have been teaching for five years from my home studio. Students will...
A one day course at Blue Sky Mosaics begins at 9.30 am and finishes at 4.30 pm . Time is taken for students to choose a design of their choice and books and patterns are available or students are welcome to bring their own designs with them on the day. The studio at Blue Sky Mosaics is stocked with substrates - (bowls, tables, MDF blanks, vases), a large selection of stained glass, vintage crockery, glass...
This two day course includes tuition in Stained Glass Mosaics and Piqueassiette (vintage crockery) and is suitable for all levels. Students are provided with a large choice of stained glass, vintage crockery, substrates, glass beads and embellishments from our studio at Blue Sky Mosaics. Materials are not included in the course price. The emphasis is on working at your own pace and individual tuition is provided (course numbers are limited to four maximum). There are...