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Join Mary Lemen stained glass artist and owner of The Glass Loft for a new class in the art of Mosaics. Mosaics are the art of decoration with small pieces of colored glass, stone or other material. In this new class, instructor Mary Lemen will teach both the direct and indirect Mosaics methods. The direct method of mosaic construction involves directly placing the individual pieces onto the supporting surface. The construction of a serving tray will be the direct method project for the first three sessions. In this process glass will be cut, placed and grouted to create a mosaic serving tray. The next three weeks will focus on the indirect method. In the indirect Mosaic method pieces are applied face-down to a backing paper using an adhesive, and transferred to the project. The indirect project will be a glass brick in which the glass is cut, placed into a mold then cemented. With the knowledge of these methods you can create table tops, stepping stones, and floor or wall mosaics. The possibilities are endless. The Materials Fee includes all materials to complete both projects and use of tools. You will need to provide a dust mask, rubber or latex gloves, and safety glasses. Please bring these items to the first class session. These items may be purchased at any hardware store and will be necessary for participation in this class. Please dress for work or bring a smock to protect yourself and your clothing. This class is open to participants 18 years of age and older.
Fee: $105 Materials Fee: $50 Registration Fee: $8ANE-134-A1 | 07/12/14-08/16/14 | M. Lemen | Check WebAdvisor for course details and Register