Mosaic Jewelry Workshop
Instructor: Casey Van Loon
Date & Time: Thursday, March 14, 2024 7-9PM
Make a one-of-a-kind original piece of mosaic jewelry and learn some new skills in our fun 2-hour workshop. Students will design and complete two mosaic pendants from start to finish that expresses a personal, one-of-a-kind style. A range of studio materials, such as glass, stone, and millefiori are available for this workshop. Basic mosaic glass cutting techniques and ideal jewelry adhesives will be discussed for each of the two types of jewelry bases.
All materials are included. No prerequisite.
Casey Van Loon is a mosaic and glass artist who creates works of various sizes, from large windows or wall hangings to intricate mosaic jewelry. As an instructor at The Chicago Mosaic School since 2012, Casey teaches a range of courses for all levels, including the After School Matters Program. Previously working as a stained glass artist for over 20 years her work includes numerous historical and original projects including the restoration of the Tiffany Dome at the Chicago Cultural Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral [New York], and the world’s largest exterior glass mosaic at Tousaint Village [San Diego]. Van Loon’s original work has been featured in numerous galleries nationwide, most recently and the Gallery of Contemporary Mosaics in Chicago and the Museum of Biblical Arts [Dallas].