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27 Mosaic courses

Mosaic Introduction Day

By Helen Miles Mosaics

This mosaic introduction day is an informal creative workshop during which we will make a mosaic plaque providing you with all the skills necessary to start making your own mosaics at home.

Mosaic Introduction Day
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£85

Imaginary Mosaic Cafe Main Course - outdoor mosaic panels

By Imaginary Mosaic Cafe

Minty Green Peppers on your wall. Make a mosaic for your garden wall , floor , bathroom or kitchen splash back in this online mosaic course.

Imaginary Mosaic Cafe Main Course - outdoor mosaic panels
Delivered Online
Dates arranged on request
£55

Imaginary Mosaic Cafe Taster Course

By Imaginary Mosaic Cafe

Online taster mosaic course to get started in the art of mosaics with the Imaginary Mosaic Cafe.

Imaginary Mosaic Cafe Taster Course
Delivered Online
Dates arranged on request
£40

Garden wall mosaic course

By Imaginary Mosaic Cafe

Make a butterfly in this wall mosaic course

Garden wall mosaic course
Delivered In-PersonSold out! Join the waitlist
£180

Intermediate level mosaic making workshop with Mossy Mosaic

5.0(5)

By The Arienas Collective

Intermediate level mosaic making class run by local maker Mossy Mosaic exclusively at The Arienas Collective in Edinburgh City Centre

Intermediate level mosaic making workshop with Mossy Mosaic
Delivered In-PersonSold out! Join the waitlist
£90

Mosaic sculpture and bird bath

By Imaginary Mosaic Cafe

Weekend course to learn how to make a small mosaic sculpture and a bird bath.

Mosaic sculpture and bird bath
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£180

Mosaic workshops in Oxfordshire for private and group classes with Jenni Wren Creative. Choose from a number of creative projects for your home and garden and for all occasions for birthdays, to hen parties and just because.

MOSAIC WORKSHOP
Delivered in-person, on-request, onlineDelivered Online & In-Person in Abingdon-on-Thames & 10 more
£35 to £95

Mosaic making with reclaimed china run by Mossy Mosaic - including afternoon tea

5.0(5)

By The Arienas Collective

Mosaic making with reclaimed china and afternoon tea with local maker Mossy Mosaic hosted exclusively at The Arienas Collective in Edinburgh City Centre

Mosaic making with reclaimed china run by Mossy Mosaic - including afternoon tea
Delivered In-PersonSold out! Join the waitlist
£50

Imaginary Mosaic Cafe Starter Course

By Imaginary Mosaic Cafe

Mosaic course online to learn how to make Rainbow Amuse Bouche and Magic Mushroom Soup by following step by step pre- recorded videos.

Imaginary Mosaic Cafe Starter Course
Delivered Online
Dates arranged on request
£45

Mosaic making | private class for up to 8 people

5.0(5)

By The Arienas Collective

Private mosaic making class with Mossy Mosaic at The Arienas Collective in central Edinburgh.

Mosaic making | private class for up to 8 people
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£395

Crockery Mosaic Workshop

By Three Little Pigs Craft Workshops

We are inviting you to grab those chipped plates and that cracked serving dish and put them to good use - to create a beautiful mosaic.

Crockery Mosaic Workshop
Delivered In-PersonSold out! Join the waitlist
£85

Make your own mosaic decorations

5.0(5)

By The Arienas Collective

Make your own mosaic Christmas decorations with local maker Mossy Mosaics exclusively at The Arienas Collective in Edinburgh City Centre

Make your own mosaic decorations
Delivered In-Person in Edinburgh2 hours, Nov 24th, 11:00
£30

Stained Glass Garden Mosaic - 2 days

By Sue Smith Glass

This course is stained glass mosaic on a mirror base and designed for garden display throughout the year. The aim of the course is to teach you the techniques and throughout the workshop build your confidence and knowledge to complete a stunning mosaic for you to take home.

Stained Glass Garden Mosaic - 2 days
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£180

Stained Glass Garden Mosaic - 1 Day

By Sue Smith Glass

This course is stained glass mosaic on a mirror base and designed for garden display throughout the year. The aim of the course is to teach you the techniques and throughout the workshop build your confidence and knowledge to complete a stunning mosaic for you to take home.

Stained Glass Garden Mosaic - 1 Day
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£100

Introduction to mosaic making with Mossy Mosaic

5.0(5)

By The Arienas Collective

Learn how to make mosaics at The Arienas Collective in Edinburgh City Centre

Introduction to mosaic making with Mossy Mosaic
Delivered In-Person in Edinburgh3 hours 30 minutes, Jun 1st, 13:30 + 1 more
£55

Mandala slate garden mosaic workshop

5.0(5)

By The Arienas Collective

Make your own mosaic mandela using slate with Mossy Mosaic hosted by The Arienas Collective in Edinburgh

Mandala slate garden mosaic workshop
Delivered In-Person in Edinburgh3 hours 30 minutes, Apr 19th, 09:00
£60

Six Day Residential Mosaic Workshop in Greece

By Helen Miles Mosaics

The course is pefect for beginners and more advanced mosaic makers. A perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of mosaics. Learn how to make classic and contemporary mosaics on this six-day residential mosaic workshop in Greece using local stone and marble. The Lagou Raxi Hotel [https://www.lagouraxi.com/] in the mountains of Pelion provides a wonderful backdrop for this relaxing, informative holiday in an unspoilt area of Greece. June 25 – July 2, 2022 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Saturday Arrival of participants. Experienced students will meet in the studio to prepare their materials and substrates and to finalise their designs. Meet & Greet for the whole group. Short Introduction to the history of Ancient Greek and Roman mosaics and an overview of contemporary mosaics. Welcome Dinner at the hotel. Sunday Getting started. Discussion of the commonly used approaches to mosaic making with an overview of mosaic tools, materials and techniques. A look at the ‘classic’ mosaic rules and the fundamental skills needed to make a direct method mosaic including how to cut and lay the tesserae and design principles. Students work on a practice coaster. All students finalise their main design and prepare their substrates. Students start work on a 30cm by 30cm mosaic on Jackoboard which is suitable for indoor or outdoor hanging. Afternoon: visit to one of Pelion’s remote and beautiful beaches and Byzantine mosaic relics. Monday Students continue with their own pieces with Helen’s support and direction. Tuesday Students continue with their own pieces with Helen’s support and direction. Afternoon: As before and a PowerPoint presentation on the art of Andamento – the visual flow of the mosaic. Wednesday Students work at different paces so those who are ready may already have started on their second or even third piece. The other techniques covered during the week are mosaics on mesh and using found materials such as pebbles and shells with tile adhesive. Afternoon: As before and a PowerPoint presentation on Contemporary Mosaics. Thursday Students continue with their own pieces. Those who are ready will seal and grout their main mosaics. Demonstration of how to grout. Demonstration of how to apply a mesh mosaic to a fixed surface using tile adhesive. Afternoon: Excursion to visit some Pelion monasteries or other sites of interest. Friday All students finish their main piece and/or their extra mosaics and prepare for an informal exhibition of the week’s work in the studio. Exhibition, group photo and farewell dinner. Saturday Departure of participants, or a rest over the weekend*. * There is a possibility to continue using the studio, tools and materials unsupervised over the weekend for a small extra charge. Please ask if you would like to stay for extra nights and/or make sure of the studio space WHAT’S INCLUDED? * Six days of tuition (four six-hour days and two half days of four hours) and transport for related excursions * Coffee and tea throughout the day * Accommodation * Materials* * Excursions * Time for rest and relaxation on the beach, by the pool or in the village square * A full cooked breakfast, five three-course dinners and two lunches (half-board) * Flights are NOT included, however there are direct flights to Volos Airport: from London Gatwick on Wednesdays and Saturdays and from Brussels, Amsterdam, Munich, Duesseldorf and Vienna on some other days. (see www.volosairport.gr/en) Alternatively there are regular flights to Athens, Skiathos or Thessaloniki. Lagou Raxi can advise on the easiest/most economical transfers from your chosen airport and will help participants to share taxis if convenient. PRICES PER PERSON INCLUDING TUITION + ACCOMMODATION (HALF-BOARD) MATERIALS* AND EXCURSIONS The 20 spacious and comfortable bedrooms are all named after local beaches. Free WiFi throughout. Single room: E815 Twin double occupancy: E700 Triple double occupancy: E765 If you would like to bring family member(s) or friend(s), NOT participating in the courses, please contact us for the prices of different combinations including double rooms and suites. *There is a E50 supplement per person for materials.  

Six Day Residential Mosaic Workshop in Greece
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£734 to £797

Mosaics Workshop for Adult Beginners in County Durham

By Bustilly Breeze Creations

Mosaic workshop for beginners in County Durham, a full day of fun and creativity. All materials will be provided.

Mosaics  Workshop for Adult Beginners in County Durham
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£75

Beginner’s Mosaics

By Loudwater Community Arts

This mosaic workshop for adult beginners is led by Lindsey, who has worked in 3 and 2D design, along with many years experience of teaching art, design and mosaics. During this one day workshop you will learn how to apply a range of tiles using the direct method onto an MDF or plywood base. There will be a large collection of tile material to choose from and you don’t need any previous design or craft experience. You will learn how to create a colourful mosaic design, use tile nippers safely and learn how to apply tiles to a backing board. There will be a choice of bases to work on. The aim is to explore this fascinating craft in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Beginner’s Mosaics
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£55

Stained Glass Flower Cutting for Mosaic - 1 Day

By Sue Smith Glass

Stained Glass Flower Cutting For Mosaic Workshop. Beginners and Intermediates. Learn to cut and shape flowers in stained glass for glass mosaic.

Stained Glass Flower Cutting for Mosaic - 1 Day
Delivered In-Person
Dates arranged on request
£90

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South London Mosaic

south london mosaic

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London

Giulia Manzoni is a Master Mosaicist who designs and makes bespoke mosaics for residential, artistic and architectural commissions in her central London studio. Classically trained at the renowned Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli in Spilimbergo, Italy, Giulia has spent the last 10 years refining her craft working on projects between London and San Francisco. Using centuries-old techniques, Giulia’s work reflects the rich tradition of this ancient art form. Her studio practice spans a breadth of applications, from traditional mosaics for domestic and commercial settings to contemporary works of art for private commissions. Giulia specialises in recreating historically accurate mosaics for walls and flooring. Selecting the finest Italian marbles, her designs are sensitive to a building’s architectural heritage. Notable projects include Victorian marble flooring for a private Kensington townhouse, an entrance sign for Restaurant Vermuteria designed with a nod to the grand cafés of 18th century Europe, and a collaborative restoration project for the gallery floor of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Underpinned by the same rigorous training, Giulia takes a more free form approach for her art commissions. Applying the individual tesserae directly to a surface, she gradually builds texture and colour to create works of art with a three-dimensional quality, using a range of traditional materials and found objects. She has applied her artistic flair to a range of private commissions, from tables and picture screens to a large-scale abstract artwork based on the paintings of Sam Francis. Giulia established her eponymous mosaics studio at Cockpit Arts in Holborn. Where she offers her mosaic services and runs courses in mosaic techniques.

Peacock Mosaics

peacock mosaics

Joss Hughes is a self-taught mosaic artist working from her studio in a beautiful rural setting near Romsey, in Hampshire. When not working on commission, she creates mosaics for sale at local outlets or plans her next adult “Mosaic and Cake” workshop. She marvels at the natural creativity of children taking part in her “Make a Mosaic” parties or in after-school and holiday camp mosaic sessions. Mosaic creations in stained glass and mirror dominate her portfolio however, she also particularly enjoys working with beach-combed sea glass and driftwood. The latter are mainly sourced from her beloved South Cornwall. Other materials she occasionally uses include 'found' objects from the garden or beach, and the commercially available glass tiles and nuggets. After a crafty childhood Joss focused her mind to pursue a career in Paediatric Medicine. Six university years and a further seventeen, mainly working for NHS England, left little time or energy for creativity! Job rotations and RAF deployments (her husband) necessitated living at fourteen different addresses (in the UK and in Australia). Retrospectively she realises that the repetitive home-and-garden making was expressing a hidden natural creativity. Five years ago she made the life- changing decision to say 'goodbye' to Dr J Hughes, Neonatal Doctor, and to say 'hello' to Joss Hughes, mosaic artist. A birthday gift of a two day beginners’ course (Clare Goodall, Oxford) in 2009 had sown the seed of the addictive nature of mosaics. Following up on two chance sightings of the same incredible huge floating mosaic ball, she tracked down the artist and a second two day course (Sue Smith, Devon) in 2014 reignited Joss's passion and introduced her to the media of stained glass and mirror. There followed lots of trial and error at the kitchen table with glass shards flying everywhere before she finally produced a mosaic she felt able to show anyone! Slowly amassing the prerequisites of a basic studio she moved into her own working space and, in May 2017, she decided to officially launch her own business: Peacock Mosaics. In 2018 Joss attended a 5 day residential mosaic course at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, learning from the fabulous Sonia King. The emphasis was on developing artistic expression. In 2019 Joss became the Editor (a voluntary role) for "GROUT", a thrice yearly publication by the British Association of Modern Mosaic for its members. This has been a superb networking and knowledge-boosting opportunity. She also attended the 2018 and 2019 BAMM Forums, in London and York respectively, furthering her contact with the UK mosaic community. She has had mosaics accepted for exhibition in Penzance, York and Andover during 2019. In 2020 Joss will attend a short course at the London School of Mosaic, with tutor Debra Collis, exploring further her preference for abstract design, and practicing colour studies and andamenti.

Inspired Mosaics Studio

inspired mosaics studio

LIZ TIRANTI CREATES BESPOKE MOSAIC ARTWORKS FROM HER INSPIRED MOSAICS STUDIO IN HOVE. ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES, DECORATIVE PIECES & SCULPTURES FOR HOMES, GARDENS AND PUBLIC SPACES . BORN: London 1969. Lives and works in Brighton & Hove, United Kingdom. ARTISTS STATEMENT: I am a contemporary mosaic artist. My goal? To celebrate and challenge the art of mosaic. Colour underpins everything I create. The approach: intuitive. In my work over twenty five yearsI have developed a striking and vibrant style. The work has included architectural wall and floor features, decorative pieces and sculptures. Whilst developing my sculptural practice I was one of the first in Britain to import concrete construction techniques specifically for mosaic making from North America. This led to my recent postgraduate enquiry into how to translate fragment to form. To take the tile (tesserae) from the surface and make it the object in itself. After all, mosaic originated in Roman construction techniques, it did not begin as decoration. Experience in working to commission for private, corporate and public clients has equipped me with a broad spectrum of skills. They range from design and making to fine judgement about enhancing a space. It is underpinned by a careful interpretation of the clients’ requirements. The art of mosaic, often overlooked and undervalued, is rich in culture, materials and skill. It’s traditions and versatility I continue enthusiastically to embrace. My purpose? To stimulate discussion about the mosaic-making process and to contribute to its' position as both a craft and a fine art form. Currently I focus on producing new sculptural artwork for exhibition and sale.