How To Install Hanging Hardware
You will be installing your hanging hardware in minutes!
In this brief yet descriptive online tutorial Tami Macala, owner of Mosaic Arts Online, will teach how to properly install hanging hardware specific to mosaics created on Wedi Board, Kerdi Board, Hydroban board, or custom made thinset and mesh substrates.
She will not cover how to install hardware for wood or Hardie Backer board.
It is important to use these materials when installing to have evenly distributed support for these types of substrates.
If you are interested on how to create the substrates that are used to demonstrate the hanging hardware installations please refer to this online course. https://mosaicartsonline.com/p/everything-you-want...
Many of the courses at Mosaic Arts Online do not teach this technique so it is here FREE for your benefit to learn and use on a variety of projects.
Tami has been a mosaic artist for over 20 years. Tami has created high end custom large scale commissions since 2000 and has her work installed all over the world.
Tami began teaching mosaic art in 2009, when she founded Santa Barbara School of Mosaic Art. Tami loves to share her years of experience and mosaic knowledge with enthusiastic and creative students.
In 2016 Tami launched Mosaic Arts Online, allowing mosaic art enthusiasts from all over the world to learn how to create mosaic art. She loves that more people now can learn from her without having to leave the comfort of their studio. In each course Tami teaches, she wants her students to feel they have more confidence when creating their own style of mosaic art.
Most importantly just have fun~
StartIntro to Installation of Hanging Hardware (4:11)
StartInstall Hanging Hardware Part 1. (5:12)
StartInstall Hanging Hardware Part 2. (2:45)
StartInstall Hanging Hardware Part 3. (2:52)
StartInstall Hanging Hardware Part 4. (2:30)
StartInstall Hanging Hardware Part 5. (3:01)
StartDownloadable PDF Tools, Materials, and Resources.
Frequently Asked Questions
"Thanks Tami for the tips, especially for covering the metal rings with net, and putting bumpers on the back to save the wall paint or wood panels from scratches." Rebecca k.