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Llano Fine Arts Guild - Stained Glass Mosaics
Wednesday, February 2, 2011 • Posted February 2, 2011

The Llano Fine Arts Guild proudly presents one of our own talented members, Sylvia Ewing, who will give a hands on demo with" Stained Glass on Glass Mosaics" as our program for February 7th. The class begins at 10:AM, and lasts for about two hours.This will be a good introduction into the basics of mosaics and the beauty that is easily achieved in a short period of time.

Sylvia will show how to mix and use the grout to finish the projects started in the previous session.

Some of you who have taken this class in the past and didn’t quite finish, can bring your project, to finish in this class.New projects will also be started. The Llano Art Gallery will furnish all glass and supplies for this class, and tools will be available if needed.

Do bring any supplies that you have, and bring a wooden frame with glass, size 5x7, 8x10, or larger if you prefer. We will have a limited number of frames available. We also will have packets of grout powder to send home with you, to finish any of your unfinished projects.

Sylvia has given a number of demos for us, in past years. She is well known in the area for her many abilities in all art media. She has won many awards. Sylvia belongs to the Waterloo Watercolor Group of Austin and Midwest Texas Arts Guild of Ballinger, Tx. Much of her work is shown in our gallery, to come and see, and enjoy the demo. Then stay and have lunch with us, and enjoy getting to know each other and comparing art ideas.

After the demo, the covered dish lunch, furnished by The Llano Art Guild members, will be served. There is a five dollar charge for the demo, and that includes the lunch. We hope to see you there. The Llano Art Gallery is located at 503 Bessemer Ave. in Llano.

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