Mosaic Art with Rodrigo
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$35 per person

Activity

Duration: 4 hours
Group Size: 1 - 6 people
Difficulty: Somewhat Difficult
Start Time: 8am
Weekly: Sun - Sat
Seasons: Jan - Dec

Rodrigo

English Level: High
Languages: Spanish, Portuguese

Availability

What's provided

All the tools necessary for mosaic art such as pliers, wood, tiles, etc. You will also enjoy good conversation over a cup of traditional Argentinean mate.

What you should bring

Comfortable clothes that may get dusty. If you want you can bring your own mirror, wood, or design.

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Mosaic Art with Rodrigo

  1. Costa Rica
  2. ·
  3. San Jose Province
  4. ·
  5. Ciudad Colon

Learn how to make your own small piece of art with mosaic tiling. If you'd like, bring your own piece of wood, mirror, or box to decorate, otherwise the material will be provided. First, you will draw the design of what you want to create and then select the material you would like to use. Choose from tiles, ceramic, glass or stones. Then learn how to use the tools to cut the materials and place the pieces. Put the final touches on here or at home with the grouting of your choice. For more experienced and enthusiastic artists, join Rodrigo on one of his public art projects in the town center and leave your mark on Costa Rica forever!

"I like that I can express myself through art. There are no limits."
- Rodrigo

About Rodrigo

Rodrigo and his wife, Yani, came to Costa Rica because they wanted to build an artistic life and community here. They were attracted to the fact that they could live and work in proximity to nature and tranquility in Ciudad Colon. There is so much culture and art in this town. Plus, they get to enjoy the sun everyday. Rodrigo believes it is noble to be able to express himself personally through art. There are no limits. Rodrigo has a dream to make Ciudad Colon the first mosaic city in Latin America. Wherever he goes he believes he can contribute something that will make the place more beautiful.

Work Experience

Rodrigo's entire family is artistic and he grew up around his father who is a writer and a painter. He has always been interested in developing his own art and grew up doing painting projects alongside his father. Rodrigo studied art at the University of Bella Artes in Argentina. He also has a certification in carpentry. After numerous workshops and courses on art, paint, carpentry, drawing and mosaic, Rodrigo decided he wants to focus mainly on mosaic art. He likes that he can create something with ceramic and tiles, as if it were paint.

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