Roman Mosaic Workshop
Roman Mosaic Workshop
Saturday 23rd February 10am to 4pmSpend a relaxing creative day making your own Roman mosaic. Guided by our exceptionally talented, artist and tutor Sarah Camplin, she will take you through the process step by step, teaching you the ‘rules’ that the Romans employed in their ancient designs.
You will have 6 designs templates to choose from, all based on Roman mosaics from across the world. By the end of your session you will have completed your board and know how to apply the grout at home once your mosaic pieces have dried. The final size of your mosaic will be A4 size.
This workshop is perfect for all levels of ability, no experience needed. All materials, tools and refreshments are included in the workshop price so you don’t need to bring anything, just yourself.Outline of your session
9.55am Arrival and enjoy light refreshments
10am Welcome and introduction to your tutor, Sarah
10.05 Discuss design templates and shown the tools, materials and techniques
Start work on your picture
11.15am Refreshments with a snack
12.30pm 2 course homemade lunch served with a glass of local wine
1.15pm Continue where you left off
2.15pm Refreshments served with homemade cake
Finish touches to your piece and demonstration on how grout is to be applied at home.
4pm Home time with your wonderful mosaicPlease note, due to the nature of the adhesives used in this workshop you will need to wait 24 hours for it to dry completely before the grout is applied at home in. You will be shown in the workshop the best technique to use and will have a practice run.About your tutor Sarah Camplin
Sarah is an experienced mosaic artist, and is passionate about the creative arts. Mosaics is an artform that she has been working with since she went to her first mosaics workshop at Rufford Abbey, in Nottinghamshire over 10 years ago. Sarah has been running her own mosaics workshops and been involved in community projects since November 2017, and had her first commission to create a company logo in December 2018.Her work is heavily influenced by Gaudi, and neo-classicism, as well as the natural world, and she particularly likes to use mirrors to reflect the light, creating more depth and movement. Sarah is available to take commissions and is happy to get involved in more community projects; and values the positive impact the creative arts can have on reducing social isolation, and in increasing confidence and general well-being. Overall, Sarah is a fun maker and creative, with a relaxed approach.To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01949 81393