ONLINE Mosaic Panel 2-Day Workshop w/Jodi Sun Sept 13 & 20, 11a-1p
Learn basic skills for Mosaics and Create a lovely, abstract 8x8 Mosaic Panel using beautiful stained glass!
Wk1 - We will learn about the tools, setup, safety, creating a free-form pattern as you build your design, cutting the glass, gluing. There will also be a discussion on grout and coloring the grout in preparation for next week.
Wk2 - We will grout, color, polish and hang you finished panel! Discussion of your next project - molds?
Safety: Close-toed shoes and pants are highly recommended. Safety glasses should be worn while working with glass.
Tools & Materials you will need to provide:
Wk1 - Please dressed for mess - smock/bib apron, Safety glasses, Black/silver Sharpie, 8x8 wood panel, Small picking type tool, like a dental pic, Weldbond Adhesive, Wheeled Nippers, one 8x8 stained glass sheet or larger (any color you'd like, consider iridized glass, it's beautiful!), 2" high plastic container (like frz dinner plate or lunch meat trays to hold broken glass)
Wk2 - Grout, Colorants or Acrylic paint, sponge, water, 3 Cup plastic container or larger, heavy duty rubber gloves, lots of paper towel, garbage bag.
NOTE: if you're attending class with someone in the same location as you are you can share some tools.
Location - Online with Zoom. After signing up for this class you will receive an email with the Zoom Class link, Free patterns, Stained-Glass Supplier Info, and a Tools and Materials List.
Registration: Please list student names in the NOTE to SELLER box
In-Person Registration: Please stop by the gallery - Cash, Check or Charge.
Phone Registration: Call the gallery at 440-266-9111
Please leave a message at 805-507-5634 and the instructor, Jodi, will call you back.
Reminder: No tools or materials are supplied. You will need to purchase all the tools and materials prior to class. During Week 1, we will discuss what supplies are needed for the following week, so you can purchase those items after our 1st class or before. Look for garage sales, online sales, etc. Good deals are typically available for used tools and materials. Do not buy old Grout!