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Mosaic Workshop 2nd February 2019

Following on from the series of Workshops held during SALA this year I am pleased to announce a further mosaic workshop will be held on Saturday February 2nd at Mclaren Unvaled, 122 Main St, Mclaren Vale.
$75 per session, bookings through Eventbrite

Time: Saturday 2nd February 2019 10.00am – 2.00pm. There will be a 15 minute tea/coffee break or something to eat so please bring a snack.

Workshop Details

Each mosaic workshop will offer the opportunity to work in a small group with artist Kay Whitmarsh, with a maximum of 6 people per group.
Any skill level is fine from ‘come and try’ to needing help with a particular piece. Max size pieces 600mm please. Due to the nature of mosaics you will need to complete your project at home, but you will have all the necessary skills to do that.
A limited range of base materials will be included in the cost (glue, 300 x 300 board, some tiles, beads) or you can bring your own materials and equipment. I am also happy to assist with a piece you are currently working on. Previous participants have brought a variety of their favourite coloured tiles, beads, precut mosaic glass and various MDF shapes or even pieces of slate to work on.

Partially glued together

Topics covered during the workshop will be:
Working with a variety of materials – Tiles, glass beads, found items, precut mosaic glass, etc.  How to cut and shape ceramic tiles
Please note: the facilities at this workshop will not cover glass or glass cutting.

Design and style tips

How to make your designs pop with the use of flat colour. How to make shapes more defined. Grout lines as a design tool. How to achieve 3D imagery. Colour and integrating grout colours into design.

Grouting techniques

How to grout flat objects as well as 3D objects. Using multiple grout colours and making your grout work for you.
Come and learn from an experienced artist all the tips and tricks to make your projects look amazing and expand the range of effects you can create.

Ready for grouting

A great day with a group of friends trying something new and fun, most participants find the workshops quite relaxing.


A self employed artist living in idyllic Sellicks Beach in South Australia. Working in fused glass, mosaic, fabrics and printmaking. A variety of art is being sold around Adelaide, online and through exhibitions and workshops. There is a strong link between all art that is created and the natural environment. Having beautiful items in your home will enhance your quality of life and health. Buying local keeps local people employed, supporting artists creates stronger communities.

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