AMAZING MOSAICS ___________________To register call 941 925 GLAS (4527)_
THE ART OF GLASS MOSAICS
Because of the overwhelming responseto our 2 day mosaic workshops in July, SSG has invited Shelby back to SSG in February.
Learn all you need to know to ‘kickstart’ your mosaic passion!
SATURDAY & SUNDAY – February 9/10/2019 OR SATURDAY & SUNDAY - February 16/17/2019
In each of these 2 day hands on workshops you will learn all you need to know to create your choice of a beautiful glass mosaic 12"x12" panel, in the Northern Italian Tradition, or choose an original pre-cut design designed by Shelby.
YOUR CHOICE OF PROJECTS 12"X12" Panel OR Pre-cut Forms $375.00 materials included
PRECUT GECKO FROM 7 / 2018 CLASS
Shelby has created a series of precut designs made from MDF Board. Choose from precuts for this workshop as shown in the 3 samples of the Koi Fish and the Toucan and above of the Gecko. Students will choose their own colors and design creating their own style.
12" x 12" PANEL
12" X 12" PANEL FROM 7 / 2018 CLASS
All students will be given individual attention creatiing and executing their own designs,. If you are not confident with your drawing skills, Shelby will be happy to help you put your design together. All materials and tools will be provided for your use.
OPTION: Turn your Panel into a Mirror.
Shelby has been immersed in the glass world since the early 1970's in Northern California where she maintains her studio. She now divides her time working in glass between California and San Pancho, Mexico.
She began her glass career creating Stained Glass pieces which she sold at Art Fairs. Developing and refining her skills she went on to making Custom Stained Glass Windows. She did this for about 15 years when she read a book on Glass Fusion and dove into that.
For the next 15 years she was a Glass Fuser showing her work at many Art Fairs and Art Galleries. After studying and teaching the ancient art of Glass Tile Mosaics in Italy, Greece, and the US, Shelby is currently a Glass Mosaic Artist. In 1999 she was a winner of the very prestigious Corning Glass Museum's 'Neuw Glass Review'. Working with Mosaics , developing new substrate designs. Teaching this wonderful art form continues to fill her life.