Visiting Artist Series

Sparkling Jewel Mosaic Mirrors with Angie Heinrich


Spend a weekend with the lovely Angie Heinrich for this mosaic mirror class and walk away with a beautiful finished sparkling jewel to hang on your wall.

You will learn the fundamentals of the “direct method” as we work intensively with beads and tile to create a textural jewel of soothing symmetry. Angie passes on the techniques she has honed over the past 16 years and through the thousands of pieces she has created using beads and glass tiles. All materials provided, including lots and lots of beads.  Come to learn; come for the pure joy of creating.

You will not believe the gorgeous mosaics even first time artists are able to create under Angie’s warm and careful guidance. Beautiful mosaics and the happy creators that Angie has inspired over the years can be seen here:

Course covers:

  • Using different types of beads and where to buy them; best adhesives to use and how to apply beads the magical way
  • Working with beads and tile together to create an intricate look and feel
  • Basic cutting techniques and tricks on keeping all rows straight and even
  • Best practices for grouting a highly textured mosaic
  • How to install mirror glass (do you know the Lark’s Head knot for hanging wire?  You will after this class)

Class full-waitlist only. Contact us to be added to the waitlist.

Date:    Sat Oct 6 9:30-5:00 (designing) & Sun Oct 7 9:30-12 (grouting/finishing)
Level:   All levels. No previous experience with mosaics necessary
Cost:    $265 + materials fee for mirror, based on size:

  • 19″ round: $65
  • 24″ round: $95
  • 30″ round: $185
  • 18″ x 22″ oval: $80
  • 22″ x 28″ oval: $160
  • 18″ x 27″ rectangle: $120
  • 24″ x 28″ rectangle: $185

Material Fee will be collected day of workshop. Please email instructor before first day of class with your mirror choice (

Please contact us for any questions.

Angie Heinrich has been creating mosaics in Seattle, Washington for art/craft galleries, private collections, and public spaces since 1998 and has enjoyed every minute of it. She aspires to create soothing symmetries of sparkling glass tiles and beads, often drawing inspiration from the rhythm and symmetry of Moroccan art and architecture.  Her work can be found in 60+ art and craft galleries around the U.S.; including our local Fireworks Galleries.