Micro-Mosaic: Emblema Vermiculatum
|Dates:||6 May 2017 - 27 May 2017|
|Time:||10:00 to 16:30|
|Location:||The Prince's School of Traditional Arts, 19-22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG|
Learn to create mosaics in the expressive style known as emblema vermiculatum. Emblema vermiculatum were traditionally made by the most skilled Roman craftsmen, featuring people, animals and other objects drawing inspiration from famous paintings, theater, and myth. The finished mosaic can be inserted into a floor or hung on a wall as a centerpiece.
Students will get hands-on instruction, before progressing onto a finished piece in ceramic, glass, marble or a combination of materials.
All necessary tools and materials are provided in order to complete a mosaic from a collection of designs. You are welcome to work on your own project but please contact the course tutor beforehand.
David Feuerstein graduated from The Prince's School of Traditional Arts, formerly The Prince of Wales Institute of Architecture, in 2000 with an MA in the Traditional Arts Of The World. He also is a self-taught mosaic artist and has completed a mosaic course at a Ravenna-based school of mosaics. Today he is freelancing as a fine craftsman specializing in fashioning splendid fountains and other artistic creations.
Upcoming Courses with David Feuerstein
- Mosaics inspired by early Islamic art Begins 29 August 2017