Art workshops shatter mould
EVEN though Jan Faulks has been creating mosaics for almost a decade, she still came away with something new from Saturday’s Mosaic Creations Workshops.
“This is really fine and beautiful and I’m having a lovely time,” she said.
“I’ve learned a whole lot of things that I didn’t know.”
Ms Faulks wasn’t the only one to benefit with many who attended the workshop at Cannonvale Library express- ing their gratitude to Mosaic Creations Workshops co-ordinator Pam Finlay.
“This mosaic course was fabulous. Pam was a fantastic tutor. (It’s) Great to see something like this funded in Airlie Beach,” said one participant.
“More workshops with Pam needed,” said another.
Ms Finlay, who has been an art teacher since 1996, said she loved hosting the workshop and looked forward to Friday and Saturday’s RADF- funded workshops in Proserpine.
“Expressing yourself freely, that’s what I like about it,” she said.
“You can break up pieces of tiles and you can put them back together and they all join together to make a pattern.”
While Friday and Saturday’s workshops in Proserpine are fully booked, people can join the waiting list by phoning 4945 0275.