Artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was initiated into Freemasonry in 1912. While he used bold colors to create fanciful images of blue cows, flying lovers, and biblical prophets, he was master deflection when it comes to his private life. He often denied being the famous artist when approached, sometimes even pointing to strangers and saying, “maybe that’s him.” It should thus be no surprise that little is known of Chagall’s life as a Freemason, aside from the values Freemasons associated with certain colors distinguished in Changall’s work. In this workshop, students will use color to put their own spin on Chagall’s figurative work on a ceramic tile or dish. Please note, finished work is purely decorative, not food safe.