Have the past months of social distancing, anxiety, and change left you feeling a little broken? Join mosaic artist Michelle Kristula-Green in connecting discarded, broken, and found pieces into beautiful and meaningful works of art. Participating in this workshop, you will enjoy the experience of learning the mosaic building process, making unique mosaics all while telling your personal story through art.
Who: Participants of all abilities, ranging from beginners to professionals.
What: One day mosaic workshop
When: Saturday, August 29, 2020, 10am – 3pm
Where: Big Sky Community Park Yurts. (1573-1717 Little Coyote Rd, Big Sky, MT 59716)
Costs: $75 per participant. Materials and lunch are included
Supply list: Artists are encouraged to bring their “broken and discarded pieces”. Suggested items include broken pottery, plates, keys, beads, buttons, jewelry pieces, small metal bits, bobs and gears, sea shells, stones, pebbles, sea glass, crystals, etc. Any object that isn’t prone to decomposition that can be broken up with a hammer should work! Additional mosaic materials and all necessary tools will be provided.
More About Michelle:Michelle is a contemporary mosaic artist who resides in Big Sky Montana. She trained at The Chicago Mosaic School in Chicago Il, the only not for profit mosaic art school in North America. She uses local stone, glass, smalti and ceramics to create artworks that tell a story and are inspired by the natural world and places she has lived: Montana and Japan. Current work can be found at www.mkgmosaic.com
Covid Safety Measures:
- Masks required when social distancing is not possible and while indoors. Much of the instruction will occur outdoors, weather permitting.
- Hand sanitizer readily available
- Small class size to allow for social distancing