Mosaics 2

Frequency: Fortnightly: 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 14:00 – 17:00

Venue: Moraira

Group Leader: Sonja Van Belkum

It is my pleasure to help you to make a unique creation of a mosaic piece. Let your imagination take over and create, for instance, lovely trivets, bowls, sculptures, steppingstones and wall decorations. The only skill you need is a bit of patience. Together we want to have nice afternoons creating mosaics, chatting and laughing.

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 some books with wonderful ideas and patterns. I also have a stock of mosaic glass tiles, ceramic tiles and grout (a lot of different colors) which are available for you to buy. The working room is very pleasant with lots of daylight.

Become enthusiastic?
Contact Sonja Van Belkum mosaic3@u3amoraira-teulada.org

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