Become a foraging mosaicist!
In this unique online course, Rachel Sager, The Forager Mosaicist, takes you with her into the field as she forages for stone. First, in her native home - rural Pennsylvania; and then in parts unknown (to her) - Big Bear Lake, California. After taking this course you will realize that you don’t ever need to buy another product. Everything you need is right under your feet!
What people are saying:
I’m glad our paths first crossed during your teaching years. I wouldn’t be where I am without your good influence.Julie Sperling - Kitchener, ONTARIO
What you will learn:
When to forage
Find out when are the best times to forage for your raw material
Tricks for sourcing
You will learn Rachel’s tricks of the trade for sourcing, categorizing, cutting, and implementing raw stone into the expressive language of andamento
Learn the Forager’s Philosophy
Watch as Rachel breaks down, both in idea and practice, each find from the field
Make better material choices
This is the first online mosaics course to take you out of the studio and into the field. Watch as an artist makes decisions on why some rocks work and others are best left where you found them.
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Meet the instructor, Rachel Sager
Rachel works on the cutting edge of the contemporary mosaic fine art movement. Rachel’s commitment to the classical language of mosaic paired with her intuitive andamento style has shaped a strong voice in the mosaic world. She brings these classical techniques home to the “here and now” of the present American mosaic movement. Rachel proudly hails from the foothills of Appalachia and passionately preserves her storytelling, hillbilly roots as she weaves the colorful tales of family, nature, self-reliance, humor, and the legacy of coal through the lens of mosaic. Whether she is digging into the earth of her native Pennsylvania or traveling the world as a teacher and speaker, her mission to “build the line” in mosaic continues to inspire new generations of mosaicists.