Summer 2020 Mosaic Workshops!
Earth from Above
June 26-28 10 am -4pm
Lincoln City Cultural Center, Lincoln City, OR.
for more info and to register go to: joannedaschel.com
$250. includes lunch!
Aerial photography has brought a whole new look to how we view the planet. Use a LandSat image taken from space and get ready to learn a new way to make mosaic. This can be a gateway to learning to abstract.
Summer Studio Workshops – TBD
Radiant Window Mosaic
Aug. 12-14 10 am – 4 pm
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
for more info and to register: https://www.sitkacenter.org
Transparent glass comes live in the glass-on-glass mosaic workshop. Learn how to cut and attach colorful glass to a clear glass surface, giving daylight a whole new look! Ready-to-hang in any window.
LETTERING in MOSAIC
Mar. 7 – 8, (Sat.10 am – 4 pm, Sun 1pm- 4pm)
The lettering process moves much faster than other mosaic classes, because you work with pre-cut tesserae (recycled glass!) on grid-paper.
Your work is transferred onto board, and grouted the next day. So simple!
Cost: $145. All materials included.
Workshops at Mark Brody’s studio – Portland OR.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Check out my new Grouting Video!!
All the techniques, steps and timing
to do this on your own at home!
Mosaic Fountain Video
This online video course goes step-by-step through all the techniques and materials necessary to make your own upright garden fountain! At your own pace in your own place.
Mark teams up with MosaicArtsOnline to make this happen. It’s got everything that my studio course teaches, but you don’t have to travel to get started. Please take a look at this trailer online for more details.
INSTALLATION The Grotto Sanctuary, Portland, OR. 2016
Our Lady of Guadalupe
This full-size smalti mosaic is the latest shrine built at the sanctuary to honor the saviors from diverse cultures. This open-door alter has 3 panels depicting the “Miracle of the Roses”, and was made with the help of Hector Hernandez.
Portland Vitrified, 8 x 9 feet, made of stained glass, smalti glass, fused glass and casted cement forms to show topographic relief.
This map locates the five volcanic buttes located on the Eastside of Portland; which are the namesakes for the five new buildings at the school.