My South London mosaic workshops round-up – a look at what is possible…

…with a little time,
Julia’s first mosaic
 patience,
Kevin’s first mosaic
some tiles
Johnny’s first mosaic
 and nippers,
Rah’s first mosaic
glue 
Nicolle’s second mosaic
and grout
Kirsteen’s first mosaic
and some passionate teaching
Judith’s first mosaic
and inspiration…
Rachel’s mosaic
people who have never done mosaic art
Kate’s first mosaic
make things
Lucy’s first mosaic
like this.
Alex’s first mosaic
And many go on 
Kathy’s first mosaic
to become mosaic addicts…
Joe’s umpteenth mosaic!
 …who just can’t stop.
Caroline’s fourth mosaic

Have I ever mentioned that I love teaching mosaics?(!)  If you are in or around London and want to dip your toe into mosaic making, I am doing two taster sessions in July, in the glorious setting of a lovely London pub (The Tooting Tram and Social).

The first taster is on the afternoon of July 2nd, and is part of the wonderful Crafty Pint series, organised by creative sisters Gillian (Fabric Nation) and Louise (Lou Lou Workshop). Details and booking here.

The second taster is on the afternoon of July 24th, also at the Tooting Tram and Social. This will be a art & craft pop-up (with loads of free stalls of different makers showing you how to do stuff…and cup cakes!). It is organised by the SW Craft Club. All details here.

5 Responses to “My South London mosaic workshops round-up – a look at what is possible…”

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  1. AG Ambroult says:

    um. wait. those are FIRST mosaics? unbelievable! Something tells me it has something to do with the teacher, though.

  2. Concetta says:

    Yuppy. It amazes me too. Oh and *blush* you are sweet… x

  3. AG Ambroult says:

    wow wow wow. What amazing pieces. They must have one great teacher!

  4. Mary J says:

    I love, love, love this website! I am a 3 month old mosaics addict and love reading all of these things and looking at the pictures. 🙂 Any tips on working with the grout would be helpful, I struggle getting the right mix of grout and water. Then I have trouble if my shards are not all the same height. But I still love it!

    Blessings,
    Mary

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