This sculpture is inspired by a trip we took to Seatle and the Olimpia peninsula several years ago.
Salt creek park was the first time I saw tidal pools and all the beautiful creatures that lived in them, just a little water left in the pools where you could see through it moving under the water .
Introduction to Pal Tiya: A game changer
For those who are interested in an easy to use sculpture media to create 3D forms that do not require molds, kilns, or heavy armature this is the perfect workshop for you. Pal Tiya is nontoxic material, works like clay that air hardens as concrete. Pal Tiya forms can be placed indoors and outdoors. You don't need a large space to work with this material. The armatures can be made with cardboard and tin foil, perfect for beginners and great fun for intermediate students that want to push for more complex forms.
Introduction to Pal tiya
This class is in Mosaic Arts online and is available for anyone to enroll from the comfort of their home, with step by step videos and also extra bonus material at the end.
Pal Tiya is a wonderful material easy to use for the creation of your mosaic substrates.
To get in touch, please use my online form or call 678-820-8418
Atlanta, GA 30338
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