Introduction to the Art of Mosaic
September 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This mosaic workshop is for adult beginners (18 and older) and will cover all the basic information needed to complete at least one project. Intended
for beginning students who want to learn the process of creating a mosaic piece, participants learn about cutting, adhesion, tile layout and grouting, that will result in the completion of a small panel or stepping stone to introduce them to the art of mosaic. Materials are included and, if a student doesn’t already have tools, they can be borrowed from the instructor. The course must have a minimum of six students and a maximum limit of twelve students.
Robert Alvin Crum is a full-time professional oil painter, mosaicist and muralist who studied the art of mosaic with a number of American, English, Italian and Mexican mosaic artists. In May 2008, he also studied in Rome, Italy in the studio of Enzo Aiello, and in October 2008, he studied with Italian artist Giuseppe Semeraro in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Robert has created numerous large mosaics and mosaic murals in Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina, Costa Rica and Mexico, and his art work can be found in collections both nationwide and internationally.
Register for the workshop at 704.310.0382 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to limited space, reserve a spot with payment at least two weeks before the day of the class. Learn more about the instructor at www.robertcrummosaics.com / www.robertalvincrum.com