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Mosaic Stepping Stone

Regular price $85.00
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Mosaic Stepping Stone

Instructor: Linda Pannullo

Day & Date: Saturday, July 20

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuition: $85.00

Ages: Adult (18 and up)

All levels are welcome. No experience required.

Students Please Bring:

  • Closed-toed shoes.
  • Clothes that can get dirty.
  • Rubber gloves (like for washing dishes).
  • Safety goggles
  • Face mask
  • Hammer
  • Apron or work clothes
  • Note taking materials.
  • (Optional) A snack and/or water bottle. Filtered water is available in the classroom.

Come spend the day with us, learning mosaic techniques and creating your own beautiful, one-of-a-kind mosaic stepping stone. Using the indirect application method, also called the reverse method, we will begin laying out our designs face down inside a form and then layer mesh and concrete on top as the foundation of our steppingstones. Once you’ve done this, take your mosaic home to continue to cure and then remove the form and temporary backing to reveal your colorful design. Discussions will include simple glass cutting, concrete mixing, reinforcing, and cure time.

There will be a 1- hour lunch break. Bring a sack lunch or explore local dining options.

Instructor provided materials are included with an estimated $40 FEE PAYABLE TO THE INSTRUCTOR at the time of the workshop. Material fees may change depending on the number of participants and price of materials at the workshop. *Payment by cash or check is required for materials fees. 

* Workshops are subject to low enrollment cancellation if the minimum number of students is not reached. You can call Olive’s Porch to check current enrollment for any of the workshops you’re interested in*

About the Instructor: Linda Pannullo was bitten by the mosaics bug while taking a class at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in 2006, and she has been exploring mosaics and concrete ever since. In both Linda's work and workshops, traditional techniques and materials are honored while exploring contemporary mosaic styles. She is the first artist to have a mosaic installation at the NC Arboretum and was awarded an Art Scholarship by the Haywood area Arts Council in 2020. She looks forward to sharing her passion for this colorful and individualistic art with Folk School students.