glass on glass mosaics with linda munoz
Instructed by Linda Munoz, Glass on Glass Mosaics is an opportunity for participants to create a “glass -on- glass” mosaic panel. Skills learned will include glass cutting, stained glass design, and grouting. The two day class will emphasize safe handling of glass and tools. See details below!
This workshop is limited to participants 18+. There is a minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 10. If the minimum is not met, participants will be refunded. Tickets are non-refundable once the registration deadline ends.
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Dates: October 1-2, 2022
Saturday, October 1, 2022: 1-4pm
Sunday, October 2, 2022: 1:00-2: 30 pm (Students will be given a 30 minute window on the 2nd to grout their pieces.)
Location: Kentuck Art Center's Georgine Clarke Building classroom
Tuition: $60 + $10 materials fee to be paid to the instructor at the start of the first class
Meet the Instructor
Linda Muñoz has been a stained glass artist since 1980.Her interest in glass has led her to a love of mosaic art and kiln fused glass. She has taught the art of mosaics to children and adults, and as a DANA Teaching Artist,she has taught an integrated mosaic arts program in approximately 25 schools across the Black Belt of Alabama.She has also enjoyed teaching mosaic art to adults in several programs across the state. She has also taught children at the Akron, Alabama, Boy's and Girl's Club and the Coleman Center for Arts and Culture.
Linda Muñoz has been making fused glass jewelry recently, and she has purchased a larger kiln which enables her to create larger art pieces. She studied advanced slumping and fusing in January 2005 at the John C. Campbell Folk School, learning new techniques and methods of design.Muñoz works and teaches classes in her studio, Little River Art, Cuba, Alabama. Her work can be seen at the Kentuck gallery andcourtyard ( mosaic benches and the mosaic tree),at the United Nations Worship Center in NYC,on the stairs at De Soto Falls near Mentone, AL,and at Black Belt Treasures in Camden, AL.
Linda Munoz, pictured above, with the mosaic she and Rhys Green created in Kentuck's Courtyard of Wonders.