anabella wewer

mosaics • jewelry


Thanks for you interest in my workshops! I am currently traveling the U.S. and fully living the digital nomad life, and stopping at some friends' studios every so often to complete work for a show in August, 2023. This year is pretty booked already, but the schedule opens up in November. If you are interested in having me teach in your area, please contact me; maybe it will work out in the winter or next year!

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These are the currently scheduled workshops, including those for which I am assisting/translating:

July 20-24, 2023
Visiting artist: Dino Maccini - Layered Transparency
Private Studio, Seattle, WA
One spot left as of May 4!
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July 28 - Aug. 1
Visiting artist: Dino Maccini - Draped Fabric Effects
Private Studio, Lincoln, ME
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Sept. 9-13, 2023
Andamento Principles & The Langage of Mosaic
Camp Bellasoul, Acton, ME
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If you can’t attend a live workshop, or prefer online learning, my Mosaic Arts Online courses are always available! Though I can’t stand next to you and correct your posture, and address your specific questions, the content is largely the same (minus a few special tips and tricks reserved for my in-person students), and you can watch and re-watch over and over!

Modern mosaic using classical andamento Classical Andamento in Modern Mosaics All of the principles of andamento explained -- the how and why of each and how to apply them -- with a taster of drawing andamenti and a hammer & hardie primer.
Andamento: The Language of Mosaic The grammar and language of andamento explained and explored. Do’s, don’ts, and how to break the rules without losing definition.
All About Smalti From how it's made to how to cut it, and the differences between the different foundries. It’s all in there!
Color Theory in Mosaic The not-so-secret interactions of color and how to effectively use color explained, with specifics for mosaicists.
Break it Down! Break it Down! How to cut (almost) anything with hammer & hardie From setting the hardie on the stump to posture and technique, and how it all affects your cuts. Includes demos on a variety of materials and some surprises!
Gradations Five Ways There's basic gradations: from light to dark and back, but there's so many details to consider! And then there's four other ways to make gradations, even with just two colors, or even one if you have the right material. It's one of my favorite things to do — make gradations — and in this course I show you exactly how I do it!