Creating a mosaic out of broken glass turns trash into art, much like compiling a rubber-band ball or throwing rotten fruit at the television. Reuse and rearrange with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of art supplies
- $25 for $50 worth of custom framing
Hobbyists and artists can create stunning projects with supplies such as Lukas 1862 Alizarin Crimson oil paint ($7.79 per tube), a 20x20" Centurian Deluxe oil-primed linen canvas ($102.21), or Mejillo Trucolor palettes ($6.59+). Costs for custom framing vary widely depending on the materials used; small, simple framing projects may cost as little as $25, many projects cost $200–$300, and complex endeavors run higher.
At Jerry’s Artarama, resident artists draw on personal experience and channel the shop's four decades in business to help create works in nearly any medium. Shelves bravely bear the weight of multitudinous tubes of paint ranging from traditional oil paints made from 150-year-old processes, to easy-to-use acrylic pigments. Artists can wield a Mejillo TruColor palette to serve as a launching pad for paints, or take up PrismaColor colored pencils to add vivid pigmentation to sketches. For more specialized projects, customers can stock up on the store's street-art supplies and screen-printing kits.
Meanwhile, the framing professionals at Jerry’s Artarama navigate a bounty of glass, mats, mounting, and moulding options to personalize the framing of photos, watercolor landscapes, and napping bats. Frame options include the warm whorls of wooden frames as well as silver, black, or gold aluminum frames to complement any work's color scheme.