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Chorlton Mosaic Group  exhibition of recent work for CAF2015

Chorlton Mosaic Group
exhibition of recent work for CAF2015

We are delighted to be mounting a group exhibition of our recent work as part of CAF2015 at the fabulous Marble Beerhouse on Manchester Road, Chorlton. The exhibition opens with our preview night on Thursday 14th May and continues through to the 24th May.

As part of the fun, we will be hosting a special MOSAIC WORKSHOP for beginners on the evening of Monday 18th May. For just £5.00, you are very welcome to join us and learn to make a small mosaic of your own. Places limited to a maximum of 10 and booking essential.

Details & booking on the Tracey Cartledge Mosaics website.

Sorry – SOLD OUT!

If you were disappointed not to get a place, there are other mosaic workshops coming up at my studio and our weekly evening class in Chorlton – just check the classes & workshops page for dates and details.

Chorlton Mosaic Group and BAMM North West are exhibiting work at the Victoria Baths ‘Water Palace’ in Manchester


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PRIVATE VIEW: Thursday 28th June 5pm-8pm

 DROP-IN MOSAIC WORKSHOP Sunday 1st July 1pm-4pm

EXHIBITION RUNS UNTIL 31st July 2012

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Victoria Baths, a set on Flickr.

The glorious Victoria Baths Water Palace in Chorlton-on-Medlock in Manchester.

Judy’s Mosaic Pot


We’ve really sprung into action this season: lots of lovely schools’ projects celebrating The Olympic Games and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee; lots of interesting workshops exploring a variety of mosaic applications in great venues, such as Hulme Community Garden Centre, Norton Priory Museum & Gardens and Victoria Baths in Manchester AND lots of fabulous mosaic work being produced by our ever-growing Thursday evening mosaic class……….

Judy’s beautiful plant pot, for example.

Last night three other stunning pieces were grouted to completion: Davina’s first project – the turquoise star, Margaret’s amazing fruit bowl with its glittering mirror edging creating the perfect finishing touch and Debbie’s funky panel that I can’t say too much about as its going to be a gift for somebody who might happen to read this, who knows? (I don’t know who you readers all are – but there’s another number that seems to be growing nicely, thank you!!) 

I’ll hopefully get some photos of more recent class work to blog up here very soon…