Glass Mosaic Animals
This workshop taught at GLEN ECHO PARK, Glen Echo, MD. Drop us a not for priority notification, sign ups will be through Glen Echo Partnership.
Create a stylized glass mosaic animal portrait. Working directly from photographs students learn to apply mosaic techniques in a portrait of an animal of their choosing.
Covered in class lecture are the principals of color, tone, perspective and cutting techniques. Special cutting and laying techniques are introduced to determine what is best suited for your animal.
This is a terrific first step to mastering the portrait in mosaic.
Students MUST submit images to instructor one week IN ADVANCE (electronically). Instructor provides prepared substrates and appropriately cropped photographs. Separate supply fee includes preparation of your animal image, amble selection of stained glass, your substrate, adhesive and grout. Everything you need to complete your mosaic.
We work approximately one square foot of mosaic. Students are responsible for providing their own stained glass. Students asked to bring good quality glass cutting tools and mosaic wheel nipper, instructor will loan, but please notify in advance. Although know it is always best to have your own tools. Recommended supplemental tool and supply list will be sent in advance.
On Friday there will be a picture presentation and demonstrations that will help you determine the best cutting “style” for your animal. We work throughout the day with lots of conversation about mosaic technique. Saturday is a full working studio day filled with fun and creativity. Sunday will be spent on grouting and finishing techniques, friendly critique and Q & A. All skill levels welcome, no experience necessary.
Students can expect a great deal of personal instruction and guidance and no question will go unanswered.
Photos shown here created by students in workshops with instructor Andrea Taylor, she is a master. You can find her living in Wisconsin.
Workshop October 18 -20, 2019, Friday 11am–6pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday, April 14, 10am – noon