Moose mapped mosaic

Stroppel on PCDaily

Florida’s Alice Stroppel created a polymer moose which will be framed in a 5×7 frame and sold in our group’s auction later in the week.

Alice has developed a clever way to make a thin cane mosaic by placing a photo or drawing under glass and following the image, placing cane slices onto the glass. The completed polymer “cane mapped” mosaic is placed in the oven and removed from the glass after baking.

Alice has developed a number of streamlined versions of the usual methods and created interesting variations which she’s gathered into an online school which you can test out for free here.

You’ll also find information on her site, on Facebook and on Instagram.

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    The online course which Alice has created is an extraordinary value. Her insights into the polymer arts are always a revelation.

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