Reboot your Creativity & Discover your Artistic Voice
PO Box 1551, Vienna, VA 22183 - (703) 856-5160
Understanding color and light while working in an impressionistic / realistic mosaic technique is a new and first time offered workshop at Maverick Mosaic.
While understanding this mosaic technique, you'll create like Monet and achieve a more painterly impressionistic approach with your mosaic making. We will also explore color theory and the color wheel to use in our mosaic design an decomposition. This workshop will help you go beyond the basic color wheel and deepen your artistic color perception. Discover how to fully utilize hues, tints, tones, chroma, value and balance colors. Explore techniques to make colors work together to be more vibrant or subtle, bold or harmonious.
Students will begin to create a mosaic and have enough materials to take home if not finished. Upon finishing the workshop, the students will be ready to begin making educated and successful mosaic art. No questions will go unanswered…so bring questions!
We will be working in stained glass as students are to bring a good quality wheel tool.
About CarolCarol Shelkin is a full-time visual artist and art teacher. She has developed her unique style of teaching and creating art through her studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Studio Arte del Mosaico; Ravenna, Italy. Carol teaches and shows her work worldwide where her creations are often described as “painting with glass” and appear in many collections where they have received special recognition and awards. She has been invited to teach world-wide including at the summit of the Mosaic Association of Australia and New Zealand, Touchstone Center for Crafts, Delphi Stained Glass, Warner Stained Glass, IMA, Austin School of Mosaic Art, along with other locations. As an educator and a lover of travel Carol also offers MOSAIC ART RETREATS & Worldwide Tours. Carol is a founding member and past President of the Mosaic Society of Philadelphia and a juror for the 2018 Mosaic Arts International Exhibition, Boston.
Photo: Green Eyes by Carol Shelkin
Tuition: $395• Supply Fee: $65
May 19 & 20, 2018, 10 am to 5 pm both days