One to One Mosaic Course in Mosaic Artists Studio Hove

Here's a snapshot of the variety of mosaic work created in the Inspired Mosaics Studio summer 2015.  All on to one and small groups working with Liz to realise a specific project. Designing, making and installation all covered during the classes.

Patricia starting an ambitious table top using the direct method gluing tiles to mesh so when completed it could be easily transported to her family home in Columbia, Central America.

Patricia starting an ambitious table top using the direct method gluing tiles to mesh so when completed it could be easily transported to her family home in Columbia, Central America.

A simple design of overlapping circles made vibrant by the choice of glass and ceramic tiles and how the colours and textures are placed together to create both clarity and flow.

A simple design of overlapping circles made vibrant by the choice of glass and ceramic tiles and how the colours and textures are placed together to create both clarity and flow.

Studio work was four days and then it went on the plane- sliced into sections and packed with padding into a suitcase! Here it is in situ next to the pool in sunny Columbia.  Liz gave Patricia extensive information on how to install the work and it was a family effort.  Everyone is delighted.

Studio work was four days and then it went on the plane- sliced into sections and packed with padding into a suitcase! Here it is in situ next to the pool in sunny Columbia.  Liz gave Patricia extensive information on how to install the work and it was a family effort.  Everyone is delighted.

Elena & Chris took the famous 'Delos' dolphin image as their starting point to create this lovely panel for their bathroom. We worked together and created it in a day.

Abstract bursts of shape, colour and texture for a garden wall in Crouch End, North London.  Made by very talented mum Sharon Taylor for daughter to enjoy.

Here is the full view, stunning work, based on simple patterns but using a wide pallet of mosaic materials.  Liz & Sharon worked on this together overa month period.  Made on plywood by gluing the tiles. Grouted and then screwed to the wall. Liz is a dab handwith the jigsaw cutting those shapes!

Here is the full view, stunning work, based on simple patterns but using a wide pallet of mosaic materials.  Liz & Sharon worked on this together overa month period.  Made on plywood by gluing the tiles. Grouted and then screwed to the wall. Liz is a dab handwith the jigsaw cutting those shapes!