Jan. 24-26 Gila Rayberg

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Jan. 24-26 Gila Rayberg

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I’ll share all I know about creating mosaic portraits, with an emphasis on picassiette; cutting, shaping & incorporating dishes and pottery into mosaics. I will demonstrate the usage of various hand tools to cut & shape picassiette materials, and tips on using these materials to add texture & interest to your portrait. Each participant will receive individual attention & guidance from me, while working on their chosen portrait. Understanding that individuals works at a different paces, students are not expected to finish their portrait in a 3 day workshop, though some may do so. I will discuss a plan with each student on how to complete their unfinished works at home. By the end of the workshop, students will have gained a good understanding of the process of choosing a subject, transferring a design, understanding value, laying materials of varied thicknesses, creating likeness, and so much more.... ** Part of the joy of picasiette comes from the collecting of materials. Students are encouraged to bring some of their own unique finds (dishes, pottery, teacups, etc) to incorporate into and personalize their works. Thrift stores & yard sales finds are perfect, as is clearing out cabinets of chipped, cracked dishes, and those broken bits that you can’t bear to throw away, but would love to incorporated into your art.

Payable with a check written to Gila Rayberg, $450

Send to :

Katherine England

221 N. Woods Ave

Fullerton, Ca. 92832

For those traveling I have several local studio members that rent lovely rooms for $70/night.

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