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Mosaic Mondays with Carol Shelkin, Visual Artist

  • Art is Inn 9868 Weiss Road Breinigsville, PA, 18031 United States (map)

Instant gratification! You will create TWO unique, one-of-a-kind mosaic jewelry pieces choosing form the well-appointed stock of millefiori, gems, beads, dichroic glass, stained glass, smalti and an over-abundance of embellishments to create a mini-mosaic to wear. In this three hour workshop you can create mosaic jewelry that is offered in magazines and jewelry stores. This is an enjoyable and fun opportunity to create something unique and special for yourself or a gift. 

Bring a friend!

Tools and provided.Cost of workshop is $110 and includes all materials. To see more of Carol's work please check out her website here: http://www.carolshelkinmosaics.com/Home.html

LAST CHANCE TO SEE HER AT THE ART IS INN UNTIL JUNE 26,2017, so reserve NOW!

CAROL SHELKIN attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and worked in two mediums, paint and ceramics until she says they “married” and began creating contemporary fine art mosaic with hand-cut, high quality stained glass. Carol is an art instructor teaching all forms of art, but concentrates on mosaic art  in her hometown of Philadelphia as well as teaches worldwide offering Mosaic Art Retreats where she personally creates and offers mosaic art tours and weeklong workshops in such places as Costa Rica, Italy, France, Spain, Mexico, Amsterdam and Morocco.

She was honored to be an invited presenter and workshop instructor at the Mosaic Association of Australia and New Zealand’s International Symposium and invited instructor at the American Mosaic Summit of the Society of American Mosaic Artists from 2009 – 2016.

Carol’s work is exhibited locally and internationally including the Clauiano Art Exhibition Gallery in Trivignano Udinese, Italy and the Society of American Mosaic Art’s yearly-juried exhibition, Mosaic Arts International 2009, 2010 & 2011, 2014, 2015.

Carol is one of the founders and current President of the Mosaic Society of Philadelphia and a juried member of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen.