Mosaic Art in the Garden – Carole Lulham
August 17 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $70 (inc. materials)
Location: In person, AX Workshop Room
Age: 18 and up
Register by August 13. Click here to register online.
Learn how to make your own custom garden art, designed to withstand our tough Canadian climate! In one day, you will learn about mosaic materials and tools and create your choice of two projects: a leaf or bird wall plaque.
You will have ample opportunity to handle mosaic cutting tools and learn about the proper substrates and adhesives. There will be hands-on demonstrations and plenty of supervised workshop time.
All tools, substrates, adhesives and mosaic materials are provided; however, we encourage you to bring any of your own supplies from home (stones, glass, porcelain, jewelry, or crockery) to personalize your project. A wide range of materials will be on hand for you to create a plaque uniquely your own.
Most of the day will be spent cutting, shaping and adhering the mosaic pieces to your plaque. Participants will have a completed plaque by the end of the day, and everyone will have the knowledge and skills to make their own in the future.
About the Artist:
Carole Lulham has practiced contemporary mosaic art for twenty years. She has taught students aged 6 to 80+. She works in glass, natural stone from New Brunswick, and repurposed items. As a professional horticulturist, she enjoys combining mosaics with garden art. Her classes run from one day and weekend workshops, to week-long art camps. In all cases, she encourages individual creativity as much as technique, so no two student pieces are the same. Carole has received extensive mosaic training nationally and internationally, including Mosaic Master from Scuolo Orsono in Venice. She is a certified Adult Educator and teaches in French and English.
Please register by August 13. Click here to register online.
If you have any questions, or if you need help filling out the online form, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 433-8351.