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Sold Out! Luca Barberini: Contemporary Mosaics 2-Day Workshop in Dallas

Luca Barberini will offer a 2-Day workshop October 18-19, 2018 at Julie Richey Mosaics and Tours in Dallas.

Luca Barberini will offer a 2-Day workshop October 18-19, 2018 at Julie Richey Mosaics and Tours in Dallas.

Join Luca Barberini, International Award-Winning Mosaicist from Ravenna.

Create a contemporary mosaic using Luca's latest techniques. 

Date: October 18-19, 2018

Price: $425

Materials Fee: $25.00 (Includes 12 x 12 inch substrate, adhesive, dyes, and a selection of materials including marble, stained glass, Mexican smalti, ceramic and found objects).

Location: Julie Richey Mosaics and Tours, 518 West Davis Street #6, Dallas, TX 75208

Located in Dallas' Bishop Arts District at the Bishop Arts Coop.

Goal: To create a 12 x 12 inch mosaic


1st Day

from 10 to 1:00 

- Artist Luca Barberini will introduce his art and his style of creating mosaics.

- 30 minutes will be dedicated to a demonstration where Luca will create a small mosaic as example.

- Students will discuss and plan their project/design with Luca's support.

- Students will sketch their designs.

Lunch break

from 1:30 to 4:30

- Research and preparation of the materials and cutting.

2nd day

from 10 to 1:00 

- Execution of the first part of the mosaic

Lunch break

1:30 to 4:30

- Execution and completion of the mosaic

Students are called to express their own creativity freely. Luca will help each one to find the correct design and recreate it in mosaic, recognizing that his ability to improvise is what makes his work so exciting and noteworthy. 


Students will learn the difficulty of simplicity. By following Luca's technique, students will create their own mosaics by using a colored Mapei thinset base and a wide variety of materials such as smalti, stained glass, marble and ceramic..

Students are welcome to bring additional materials of their choice.

The final result is that students will create an interpretation of their design in Luca Barberini's improvisational style.

To see more of Luca's work, click here.