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Introduction to Mosaic: Indirect Method

4.8(4 reviews)
12 hour course for beginners. Work with ceramics and vitreous glass, using nippers.
Gospel Oak/Hampstead
In-person
£165 pp
2 session course
Beginner
Next available date:26th February 2022
What happens in this class?

Make a stunning mosaic out of a mosaic template, your original design or photograph whilst learning a variety of styles and techniques. You will learn the basics of mosaic making using the indirect method (mirror-reversed onto paper), and exploring the rules of mosaic. This technique is used for large public installations, where you work in the studio in preparation for a site installation.

On this course you will complete a mosaic of size 20cm x 20cm which is a good size to learn all skills involved in the indirect method and complete your piece on time.

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Things to remember

All materials are provided. Think about a design idea for a mosaic sized 20x20 cm. This can be a pattern, simple shapes or a figure. We also have design templates available on the day, so there will be plenty of inspiration!

Latest Reviews
4.8(4 reviews)
Cynthia Alentorn - November 29th
I enjoy the course Mosaic indirect method very much. Alex is very knowledgeable and explains very well how to use the tools, cut the tiles , andamentos and the whole process of making the mosaic with this method. I strongly recommend it.
Philippa Matthews - November 28th
Lots and lots learned, and a really good way to spend a cold weekend: thank you Alex!
Solomon Brons - November 28th
I would say 10 out of 10 if i could, whole experience was very cool. Alex is a great teacher, very nurturing and patient. I really responded to her clear teaching style. would highly recommend to anyone!
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16

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London School of Mosaic is a small independent art school specialising in mosaic art. The school has over 14 years of experience in teaching mosaic art and offers a vast range of unique short courses to suit all levels (i.e. from beginners to advanced). The school also delivers a degree and diploma in Mosaic Studies for those wishing to take their skills to a professional level.

The tutors are second to none and have received training from world-class institutions including the world-renowned Spilimbergo mosaic school.

Class Location
1London School of Mosaic
Gospel Oak/Hampstead
181 Mansfield Road
Ludham Basement
NW3 2HP
London

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Introduction to Mosaic: Indirect Method

Reviews

Cynthia Alentorn - November 29th
I enjoy the course Mosaic indirect method very much. Alex is very knowledgeable and explains very well how to use the tools, cut the tiles , andamentos and the whole process of making the mosaic with this method. I strongly recommend it.
Philippa Matthews - November 28th
Lots and lots learned, and a really good way to spend a cold weekend: thank you Alex!
Solomon Brons - November 28th
I would say 10 out of 10 if i could, whole experience was very cool. Alex is a great teacher, very nurturing and patient. I really responded to her clear teaching style. would highly recommend to anyone!
Ginni - September 10th
Small, friendly group and knowledgable tutor who was able to bring out the best from each student whatever their previous experience. I was already familiar with the direct method so it was interesting to try indirect method. On balance I prefer direct but the tips and techniques I learned are useful for both and the mosaics I make at home have improved as a result of what I learned.