Texture Workshop


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In the body of a mosaic, texture is not only the skin, but also a reflection of the emotion and soul of the artist who creates it. In this four-day workshop, Students learn, how by simply manipulating the tesserae, it is possible to create many different textural effects. Students complete one mosaic each day, producing distinct textures that reflect a variety of thought, sensation and emotion. This workshop is geared toward students familiar with both the direct method in thin-set and the use of the hammer & hardie.

All materials are included. Prerequisite: Mosaic III (was Direct Method Workshop), Andamento Drawing for Mosaic (was Drawing for Mosaics with Sue Giannotti), Hammer & Hardie Workshop.

“The instructor was excellent, well prepared with clear objectives and a great structure for the class. I learned new techniques for cutting, laying, creating texture, using complimentary colors and other good information. I thoroughly enjoyed this course.” – M.B., Michigan


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Date Time Teacher

[Fri-Mon, 8/10-8/13, 2018] [9am-5pm] GIANNOTTI – C9024


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08/10 - 08/13

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