scagl·io·la \skal-yoh-luh\ n plasterwork imitating marble, granite, or the like. Origin:1575–85; < Italian, equivalent to scagli ( a ) a chip (< Gothic skalja tile; cognate with shell) + -ola diminutive suffix
Related forms scagl·io·list, noun.
Enrollment Code: SCG201
Instructor: James Gloria
Friday through Monday, January 20th - 23rd 2017
Friday through Monday, July 21st - 24th 2017
Learn the materials, formulas and processes necessary to create this masterful imitation of marble. Gain a better understanding of this secretive 16th c. technique, from the initial mix to final waxing.
Take a 2nd session to learn the essentials of inlay, creating both geometric and free-form designs on panels prepared in the first session.
Accommodations available locally for out-of-state participants.
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