Mosaics

Group Leader:   Meri Snell

Frequency:    There are two groups.  We meet twice a month from 2:00-5:00 p.m.

  • on the first and third Tuesday afternoons, or
  • the first and third Wednesday afternoons

General information:

Every mosaic you make is a unique creation.  Each one may be a much treasured gift, trivet, wall decoration, stepping stone, bowl or sculpture.  Mosaics also make you extremely happy while creating them.

The only skill you need is patience, but it helps if you have a sense of humour and enjoy chatting while you make your wonderful creations.  If you are a complete beginner, you will learn the basic skills making two set pieces, and after that you will develop your own individual mosaics.  I have a selection of books with great ideas and also some fantastic patterns.  I also have a comprehensive stock of tiles (over 100 different colours) which are available for you to buy.

We have recently made improvements to the workroom which include an extra workbench, an additional glass grinder and an AC unit which is heaven during the hot summer months.

Scroll down to view some of the wonderful mosaics we have made.

For more information about creating your own mosaics, please contact Meri Snell using the contact form below.

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Mosaics Group News 

U3A Mosaics Groups – New Year’s lunch

The two U3A Mosaics Groups enjoyed a New Year's lunch together at the Gemisant Restaurant in Moraira on 31st January. Nic Laws did a super job in organising the lunch , so many thanks to her. Everyone was delighted with the meal, and also meeting…

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Mosaics

Group Leader:   Meri Snell Frequency:    There are two groups.  We meet twice a month from 2:00-5:00 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday afternoons, or the first and third Wednesday afternoons General information: Every mosaic…

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Disaster strikes the U3A Mosaic group

Last year Jan Botterell made a beautiful new house sign in the Mosaics Group. As you can see it is huge; about 1metre by 30+ cm. When finished metal legs were attached to it and these were concreted into the ground outside her home in…

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