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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Mosaic Fiesta : An Opus Pixellatum Class in Atlanta

I will be teaching this spring a 3 days class (Friday night, Saturday, Sunday morning) about my Opus Pixellatum Technique.

During this class open to 12 students only, you will create a naturalistic portrait of your own eyes. 

Course Project

Each student will create a 7 inch x 17 inch mosaic portrait of their own eyes, or the eyes of a friend, relative, etc. The portrait will be created from a photograph using my Opus Pixellatum technique.

The cost of the event is $275 per person, which includes the cost of all materials.

Tentative Date

The class will be a weekend event (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) for 12 people, and  The class is tentatively scheduled for March 24, 25, and 26th in Decatur, Georgia.  
Please email to reserve your slot or express interest in a later date.

The Venue
The class will be held in Decatur, Georgia, one of the most livable cities in the US. Decatur’s old courthouse square filled with fine dining and boutiques, plus a MARTA train station that provides stress-free access to the Atlanta Airport. The course will be held at the Mosaic Art Supply warehouse, which is less than 2 miles from the Decatur Square.


Schedule of the Event 

Two Weeks Before

Two weeks before the event, students need to email us the photograph that they will use as a model for their mosaic. Frederic will use this digital photograph to create the pattern for your mosaic and determine the colors and quantities of tiles needed.

Friday Night

Arrive and check in at your hotel. Meet and greet with Joe Moorman, Frederic Lecut, and the other students over dinner in Decatur Square.


From 9am to 1pm, students will lay out their designs on the patterns. Following a long lunch, we will transfer the mosaics to their backers. Throughout this process, there will be discussion of how to use the Opus Pixellatum technique as a point of departure for incorporating stylistic elements beyond the pattern and other aspects of mosaic composition.



Grout the mosaics. Farewell and departure.


Reserve Your Slot !

Spaces in this class are limited.  Please email to reserve your slot or express interest in a later date. Once the date is confirmed, we will be collecting non-refundable payments of $275 for the course.

Frederic Lecut is a mosaic artist based in Alabama. 

  His Art is about Inspiring People.


For more details about his Opus Pixellatum signature technique or if you are interested by his work, you can contact him by phone at (334) 798 1639 or by email at


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