Monthly Archives: January 2019

Mosaic Classes

Mosaic Classes

Check out these classes by Minneapolis Mosaic Artist Sharra Frank

Mosaic Secrets

https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/the-secrets-of-mosaicking-with-beads

 

Online Mosaic Class
https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/ornament-class
Basics of Mosaics
https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/base-and-sculpture-making-for-mosaics
Mosaic Mirrors
https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/sculpted-mirror-class-feb-2019

Check out these classes by Minneapolis Mosaic Artist Sharra Frank https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/the-secrets-of-mosaicking-with-beads   https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/ornament-class https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/base-and-sculpture-making-for-mosaics https://sharrasmosaicsecrets.com/p/sculpted-mirror-class-feb-2019

Building a Rock

Bonsai Tree

by Cheryl Sykora

I have a really short needled, mother nature developed ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa, bonsai that is best shown as a semi-cascade. If everybody remembers the earlier article on ponderosa pine, short needle ponderosas grow naturally in areas of the Rockies. The ponderosa, when tipped sideways to achieve the semi-cascade, exposed a long thinner section which was more likely barked root rather than trunk. This “stalk-like” area was distracting to the overall appearance of the tree.

Click here to read the full article

by Cheryl Sykora I have a really short needled, mother nature developed ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa, bonsai that is best shown as a semi-cascade. If everybody remembers the earlier article on ponderosa pine, short needle ponderosas grow naturally in areas of the Rockies. The ponderosa, when tipped sideways to achieve the semi-cascade, exposed a long...