Andamento Drawing for Mosaic (was Drawing for Mosaics with Sue Giannotti)

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The ability to draw “andamento” – the visual flow and direction of the lines of tesserae – is key to creating a better mosaic. This valuable course covers the basic rules of drawing andamento and takes a historical look at how different tesserae shapes and interactions have been used to obtain various visual effects. A variety of exercises that focus on drawing tesserae and andamento reinforce a student’s understanding of the techniques covered. This is an essential course for those looking to improve their skills in one of the key and distinguishing traits of mosaic. No mosaics are made in this workshop.

All materials are included. No prerequisite.


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Date Time Teacher

[Fri-Sat, 7/13-7/14, 2018] [9am-5pm] GIANNOTTI – C9012, [Wed-Thurs, 10/10-10/11, 2018] [9am-5pm] GIANNOTTI – C9026

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07/13 - 07/14
Fri-Sat
9am-5pm
GIANNOTTI
10/10 - 10/11
Wed-Thurs
9am-5pm
GIANNOTTI

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