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Stained Glass Mosaic Landscape - Aug 2022

  • 14 Aug 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • ArtWaves Kaleidoscope Studio
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Stained Glass Mosaic Landscape - Aug 2022


Try out our glorious assortment of colors and textures to create your own ocean or sea of flowers.  You will learn basic elements of design and composition while creating a landscape out of glass.  Step-by-step instruction, demonstrations on designing, cutting glass, grinding and grouting. It’s like coloring with glass!

Sunday Aug 14th, 2022, from 10:00am to 12:30pm

$52.50 ($42.50 for members)

Teens and Adults of all skill levels, no experience necessary.

All materials are included to make and grout a 10" x 8" framed mosaic of a landscape or any design of your choosing. Our wide selection of unique mosaic materials includes iridescent glass, sea glass, tiles, stones and pottery, all of which are sure to create a stunning picture by the end of your workshop.

Masks, vax'd (over 5), and distancing for staff and participant safety.

About the instructor: Gabrielle is a young illustrator and multimedia artist. She grew up on a small island in Maine, and consistently finds her art influenced by her upbringing. She worked for the Illustration institute based out of Portland Maine in 2020 producing a short documentary series about how drawing influences thinking. Gabrielle is currently enrolled at College of the Atlantic and is on course to graduate with a study in visual narratives. When she’s not drawing or crafting you can find her planning her next cross-country bike tour.

If you need to cancel your registration, please contact office@artwavesmdi.org. Your account will then reflect a credit that may be used toward future classes.

If you already have a credit and would like to apply it to this class, please contact office@artwavesmdi.org before registering!

Your tax-deductible donations help support ArtWaves, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. Our mission is to make art accessible to the Mount Desert Island and surrounding communities.
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