|Pre-installation picture of the six 18" x 24" panels|
|"It's hard to see in the photo, but I prepped the clear glass squares by|
laying a square of No Days Mosaic Adhesive on it, and then placing
the squares on an electric skillet that I use for crafts."
The No Days Mosaic Adhesive is transparent so the students placed their clear glass squares upon their templates to guide them in placing the "tesserae," or pieces of colored glass. Once they were happy with how their quilt blocks looked, they brought them over to the "curing station" - an electric skillet that activated the heat set adhesive, where Miss Carrie made any adjustments in placement that the students pointed out.
|In the classroom, gluing down the pieces |
with a electric skillet and No Days Mosaic Adhesive.
|After assembling all the squares and gluing them on plexiglass, |
the panels were grouted.
For more information, check out the Lincoln Arts Council announcement, here.