I once had the pleasure of visiting Guell Park in Barcelona where I fell in love with Antonio Gaudi's work. His fun-filled style of using broken crockery in his mosaic creations is known as Picassiette, derived from the French term pique-assiette which literally translates into "thief of plates".
During this workshop participants will each create a mirror (10" x 10") in the Picassiette style similar to the picture above. If you have some broken plates or ceramics that have a special significance to you, please bring them with you to incorporate them into your design.
Tools will be provided for your use and all materials are included in the price of the workshop.