Liz de Ath - master artist
Everyone has creative potential and mosaics can unlock that creativity. There are many
possibilities arising from the materials and tapping into everyone's own strengths is where
the uniqueness of mosaics lies. Itís pleasantly tangible - you hold, cut, place, fiddle
and compare the tiles to create your design or picture. Not least, you don't need to be
able to draw to make a mosaic. Liz de Ath and her husband Dexter (supplying the
hospitality) ensure that you have everything you need for your experience of making mosaics
to be a creative and joyful one. Liz is the mistress to draw out your strengths.
Working with the artist on a one-to-one basis
If you have a larger project for your home or garden and would like support from design
through to the making and then the installation, we can provide this. Working with a master
artist in Liz de Ath will ensure the project comes together. Your design and ideas will be
brought to life at a price far less than an independent commission. And you will have the
satisfaction of helping to make your own home; with the security of knowing the mosaic will
work visually and be a feature for many years to come. Finally, we provide a lovely studio
for you to work in, saving you the cement dust and clutter that inevitably accompanies such a
Mosaic - making with friends or a corporate group
- Make a mirror with your girl friends for the bride-to-be?
- Looking to enjoy a creative team-building experience with your work colleagues?
- Want to take a break with friends or relatives?
We provide the complete customized package: a lovely place to stay, a roomy, sunny studio, specialist mosaic knowledge plus a pleasure-packed seaside city in Brighton & Hove.
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Above: The result of a master class with client - six mosaics to brighten a patio wall in Crouch End, London.
In full flow - Liz de Ath working on a bathroom floor mosaic adapting a design found in a Roman Villa, Petra, Jordan.
Above: Bonding experience - mother and daughter spending a weekend together each making a mosaic. For the daughter this usefully fulfilled part of her GCSE A Level Art requirements.