Thu, Nov 02|
The Shape of Things: Fast, Fun Abstract Elements
We are excited to bring in Seattle based Mosaic Artist Kelley Knickerbocker for this series!
Time & Location
Nov 02, 10:00 AM – Nov 03, 5:00 PM
Sparks, 300 Kresge Ln, Sparks, NV 89431, USA
About The Workshop
*If this workshop says Sold Out for, please contact us to be on the waitlist. We are still in the process of collecting registration fees so there may be the possiblity of a spot opening up*
We are excited to host Seattle based mosaic artist Kelley Knickerbocker for a double header November 2/3rd and 4/5th.
This workshop, The Shape of Things is Thursday/Friday 10am-5pm.
Deciding what your design elements will be and how to arrange them can be the most difficult aspects of beginning an abstract mosaic. Constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing simple shapes is a fun, easy way to use up scraps and combine materials to for the building blocks or targets of an intuitive abstract composition, or to build a unique signature block. Setting directly into mortar, students will create a variety of building blocks, arrange them into a composition, and then build a mosaic around and through them. Instruction will be via slide show, handouts, demos, discussion, exercises, hands-on building, one-on-one guidance and critique.
Cost for this workshop is $395 ($345 if you also register for the Saturday/Sunday workshop Shard Logic)
We are also offering an abbreviated version of Kelley's Mastering Mud workshop on Wednesday evening from 6-8pm for participating students who are new to using thinset and would like a more in-depth tutorial on working with thinset as an adhesive and design element. Cost is $40.
Fill out registration information below and we will contact you to secure payment. Cash/Check/Zelle is encouraged to avoid Credit/Debit card fees. ($15 processing fee will be added if using a card)
$150 Deposit to secure your spot. Remainder due by October 1st. There will be no refunds after this date unless it is a sold out class and we can get your spot filled.