Pay R40 for a beginner’s mosaic class at Inkys, valued at R100 (save 60%) Many artists are in constant search of a muse, not knowing that they are high maintenance; demanding walks along chalk drawn streets and sips of gouache milkshakes. Channel your inner artiste, minus the muse, with a beginner’s mosaic class at Inkys for R40.   Creative hub Ink... preorder now- 60%

Pay R40 for a beginner’s mosaic class at Inkys, valued at R100 (save 60%)

Groupon from Inkys Durban
Highlights
  • Save 60% on a beginner’s mosaic class
  • Class will be one-hour
  • Awake your inner artist
  • Perfect as a gift
  • Professional and friendly instructors
  • Get creative
  • Display your mosaic in your home 
Fine Print
  • Valid for 3 months
  • Booking essential and subject to availability: 074 125 2474
  • Tuesday to Saturday. Closed Sunday and Monday
  • No shows and late cancellations forfeit Groupon
  • Groupon issued and valid once deal closes
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Many artists are in constant search of a muse, not knowing that they are high maintenance; demanding walks along chalk drawn streets and sips of gouache milkshakes. Channel your inner artiste, minus the muse, with a beginner’s mosaic class at Inkys for R40.

 

Creative hub Inkys, is run by highly skilled and experienced Ingrid who will guide you through her comprehensive and easy to follow class, helping you to channel your creativity. By following the basic steps, utilising ceramic tiles, mirror, glass and stone, you will be able to craft a delightful design of anything from a flower to Barry White.

Mosaic art never gets monotonous – depending on the level of complexity, it is easy enough for a tree stump to successfully accomplish, or can be challenging enough for a seasoned artist to shake his fists at the heavens. After your exciting one-hour introductory mosaic experience, you will be able to take your art home to display proudly on your mantelpiece and besides being a creative outlet, the calming qualities of this art form are also seen to bring about stress relief and relaxation.

Mosaic fact: In 2010, an artist in New York sold his first Mosaic design for $15 million. The piece, which showed Batman eating a sugar cube in his Bat cave, was an instant hit with people vying for it and even hitting each other with their paddles at the official auction.

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