What’s New in Mosaicland?

I hope this finds you all well and excited for all this sun and warm we’ve been having.  Spring can’t come soon enough!

Workshops have been going well and filling quickly for what’s left of the Winter sessions.  There is still room in the March 7 Glass on Glass Mosaics, as well as in the Intro to Mosaic class for March 24 & 25.  So if you’re interested, it would be a good idea to get your registrations to me as soon as you can.

I have a lot of busy-ness coming up in the months ahead… On March 2, 3 & 4 I’ll be doing a demonstration of pique assiette (broken china) style mosaic at the New Hampshire State Home Show ( http://www.nhhomeshow.net/) at the Radison Center of New Hampshire in Manchester. This is where I’ll be showing my newest work for architectural installations of back splashes, fire place surrounds, counter tops, etc.  I’ll be located in the New England Made room and hope you’ll come say hello!

Coming up later on this spring, I’ll be returning to Nottingham West Elementary School for another Artist Residency with grades 3, 4 & 5 to create a 2 dimensional wall sculpture for their cafeteria.  We recently had a great time there doing a special workshop for teachers who created hanging mosaic hearts.  Sometime this summer we’ll be installing the 3-D mosaic toadstools we made last spring in the new courtyard.  Thanks Nan, for a great workshop, I’m looking forward to our newest project!

Some exciting news for the Concord Arts Market…This summer we’ll be in our new location for the newly renamed Concord Market Days Festival on July 19, 20 & 21.  We’ll now have a prominent spot up on Main Street in front of the Capitol Building.  We’re so excited to be out where we’ll be more accessible and visible.  I’ll be there again this year with another Community Mosaic Project and hope to have a surprise for you all as well… More on this later!  http://www.concordartsmarket.com/

I’m happy to say I’m busy and loving every minute of it. I’ll let you know what’s happening as more events are planned.  Thank you, thank you, thank you for your ongoing support and encouragement.  I love sharing mosaic making with you and as always, hope to see many more of you in the days ahead.


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