Oct. 29-Nov. 1 10:00-5:00
Workshop Fee: $695
Location: North San Diego County – Escondido, CA
If you’ve been looking for a concentrated opportunity to advance your understanding and skills in creating three dimensional sculpture, then this class will knock your socks off. You’ll be provided with a steel armature and then over four days you’ll learn how to cut wedi board to cover the cactus paddles using a jigsaw, all the steps for applying alkali resistant fiberglass mesh and concrete to your armature, and then work in the indirect method with mesh to apply your mosaic tesserae to your sculpture. There will be an inspiring and vast array of materials for mosaicking available in the studio.
Your piece can be mosaicked on both sides or on just one if it will be up against a wall. If you are a fast worker, and quick at making decisions, you’ll be grouting on day four.
Instruction will be provided via handouts, demos, discussion, hands-on building, one on one guidance and critique. Development of design ideas will be discussed prior to working and there will be lots of one on one consultation ahead of time.
*All tools and materials will be provided which will include your steel armature, wedi board, thinset, grout, stained glass, iridescent glass, mirror in a variety of colors, and other precut glass and ceramic tiles. All tools needed are available for your use in my studio.
**It will be a full four days of working. Most will finish but it is not guaranteed. It depends on the speed that you work and make decisions.
Cost for the four days is $695.
Sign up directly here on my website or you can pay by check or Venmo.
*$20 discount for paying by check. You may sign up by emailing your intent to participate and then sending a check to:
Marsha Rafter 28202 Burned Oak Terrace Escondido, CA 92026
You may email me with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Prior mosaic experience is helpful, but not necessary.
Cancellation policy here: https://www.marsharafter.com/cancellation-policy
These are photos of student work from my last class in August.