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mosaic tools ceramic china ozmosaicsWhat to wear to your mosaic workshop?
Mosaic making can get messy (that's part of the fun).

You can relax and really enjoy the process if you are not worried about the state of your clothes at your mosaic workshop. Please check the weather conditions on the day of your workshop. Dress accordingly and for comfort.

OzMosaics studio is air-conditioned; you may wish to bring a light sweater or jacket in case it gets too cool for you. Footwear – Please wear jogger style shoes & socks.   The floor is HARD pavers. Joggers, sandshoes or suitable closed-in footwear protect your feet and toes from falling glass or tiles, etc.

 Work Clothes – comfortable clothing that you don't mind getting smears of grout/glue etc. It's a good idea to keep these clothes for future mosaic work. Please bring an apron.

Long pants are suitable, perhaps old jeans, long shorts, (or something comfy) and a t-shirt, sweater or shirt - you can wear it forever as your grouting shirt.

Reading glasses/hearing aid - if applicable, remember to bring these items. Leave bracelets, rings, etc at home, so you don't have them dipping in glue and grouts, etc.

If you have any special requirements, please email or phone us so we can help you enjoy your mosaic workshop, to the full.

Allow enough time for travel time so you are on time and don't miss out on the start to your workshop. If you arrive early, you may enjoy an early cuppa and browse mosaic books or simply relax and enjoy the studio.  Remember to get petrol the day before and check the traffic conditions.

Mosaic Addicts Unite!

{jacomment off}Mosaic Addicts understand these quotes....
"The plate that got away.........."

"Where has all the Blue Willow gone?"

"Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide"

"I am allergic to kitchens"

"Only 1 more tile to go dear"

"The garage sale from hell"

"Officer, may I have the safety glass?"

"I drink wine for tesserae"

"I want tools for Christmas"

"His garage is mine"

"No I didn't take......"

"Don't just stand there, break something!"

"you want it WHEN?

"Yes I can whip up 10 of them for you, NOT!"

"No tile ever beat me"

"If it stands still long enough...mosaic it"

"Mosaic the iron"

"If the cut fits...."

"How high can we go"

"This is a "stick-up"

"Thinset rules"

"Mosaic 24-7"

"If I had a hammer.."

"I'd rather be mosaicing"

"Dust is handy for a quick pattern base"

"Cover the concrete"

"No more stainless steel sculptures!"

"Gaudi is great"

"The Mosaic Cone of Silence"

Please email mosaic quips!

Mosaic Artworks

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Our mosaic services

  • Specialty Mosaic Art Supplies
  • Mosaic Online Shop
  • Mosaic Classes & Workshops
  • Studio Store - by appointment
  • Bespoke Mosaic Art
  • Public & Community Art
  • Art from the heart
  • Mosaic Addicts Group

Health & Safety

  • Always wear safety glasses
  • Wear closed in shoes
  • Wear a dusk mask
  • Wear protectivie clothing

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Contact us

  • Studio OzMosaics
    Cnr 492 Cavendish Rd & Arlington Sts
    Coorparoo  4151
    Brisbane Queensland Australia 
    Parking & Studio Entry in Arlington Street
  • Studio Visits by appointment only
    Need Directions?  Please contact us
  • Tel: (+617) 3847 4873
  • Mob:   0434 984 132 

About us


OzMosaics provides a safe, happy environment for the making of mosaics! award-mosaic

Situatied in the hills of Coorparoo, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia our grand old Queenslander provides a mosaic haven for mosaic artists.

Students visit from around the world to learn with Sandy Robertson. 

Dave Robertson, Customer Service & Sales Manager takes pride in running the business, co-ordinating the Mosaic School and Workshops, plus shipping out mosaic orders on a daily basis! 

There is never a dull moment at OzMosaics - we hope to meet you or make friends on Facebook.

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