London mosaic classes unleash mosaic magic!

Its been a while since I did a round up of work from my South London mosaic workshops – so its about time I showed you some of the wonderful examples of completed mosaics and works-in-progress, most of them first mosaics (yes, truly!).  Some of the photos are just after grouting (before the grout is dry so there is a layer of grout film still on the tiles).  A lot of people arrive on the courses unsure about their ability to make mosaics – and they are surprised, at times shocked, at the quality of art they make. Mosaics is like that…accessible, wonderful, inspiring. If you want to join in, details of the classes and drop-in’s are here.

Enjoy the eye candy…and blessings to you and your families for Easter time!

Emily's first mosaic in progress

Yvonne's first mosaic - adapted from the Lion King (for private use only)

Izabela's first mosaic

Izabela's second mosaic in progress

Nasreen's first mosaic

Siobhan's first mosaic

Sarah's first mosaic

Louise's sun in progress

Helen's sun in progress (I love the different styles at work!)

Janet's first mosaic

Wanda's first mosaic in progress

Sharon's first mosaic in progress

Lorraine's second mosaic

Lauren's first mosaic in progress

Kirsten's first mosaic

Katherine's first mosaic in progress

Joe's umpteenth mosaic!

Joe's umpteenth mosaic (2)!

Kirsteen's second mosaic

Kirsteen's third mosaic

Kirsteen's fourth mosaic


Jo's first mosaic

Jenny's first mosaic in progress

10 Responses to “London mosaic classes unleash mosaic magic!”

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  1. Tandy says:

    Amazing must of had so much fun!

  2. Concetta says:

    Very enjoyable indeed Tandy…I just love seeing the work emerge and the surprise and smiles on people’s faces 🙂

  3. The Liquineer says:

    I have to say Concetta, they are infinitly more creative than when I did a course last year with my tutor- I can see your influence within the way the students have created such free flowing pieces, and mixed up the effects of different tiles and glass etc.

    If you weren’t so far from me, I would want to join one of your classes to.

  4. Shirley says:

    I am really impressed by the work of your students! I love your work and hopefully I can join one of your classes in the future.

  5. AG Ambroult says:

    I am in complete awe of these pieces! Each one has so many tiny details to linger on. Really impressive.

  6. jacqueline says:

    Oh my. the workshop sounds amazing!! Look at all the beautiful pieces! Very inspiring! Happy Easter! i hope it was wonderful and everything sweet! Wishing you a lovely merry happy week and love to you!

  7. Amelia says:

    wow, wow and wow! Amazing creations 🙂

    Happy Easter to you all!

    Hugs from down the road,


  8. Alice says:

    These are amazing. I am on my 3rd mosaic and it is sooooo lacking compared to these. I need to find me a proper teacher, not just someone who has done a couple of mosaics and set up a course. And next time I’m in London…!

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