Art in the Library: January – March
December 31, 2018 - March 30, 2019
Downstairs Gallery and Upstairs Display Case
Cheryl Cohen Mosaics Art Center—Student Show
January 26th – March 30th
Artist’s Reception on Saturday, Feb. 2nd from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Downstairs Gallery
Cheryl Cohen, owner of Cheryl Cohen Mosaics, is proud to present the work of her extraordinary students, ranging from beginners to accomplished artists and from young to old. Cheryl’s mixed media mosaic style combines everything that she loves including glass, tile, mirror, stone, shells, jewelry, and beads as well as shards of pottery and china. Cheryl’s artistic direction, combined with her students’ creative nature, ever-expanding ability, and personal inspiration brings meaning and life to each item within this exhibition.
These student works of art, created using the wide variety of materials contained within Cheryl’s studio, are built using smashed plates, china, fine costume jewelry, rocks, shells, buttons, stained class, smalti, dichroic glass, Van Gogh glass, charms, found objects and various recycled materials.
In addition to the pride she has in her students, Cheryl also takes pride in the fun, creative and family-like atmosphere of her child and adult classes. Mosaics isn’t simply for the artistic elite, it’s for everyone who wishes to create beauty while having fun with friends.
Cheryl states “I love to help my students find their creative spark and nurture it into a explosion of artistic joy and accomplishment.”
Cheryl teaches mosaic art to adults and children at her studio, Cheryl Cohen Mosaic Art Center, 360 Woodland Street in Holliston. www.CherylCohenMosaics.com
This exhibit is very unusual and explores the world of mosaic art in many unique and creative ways.
There are four large paintings by Al Perry in the upstairs fireplace lounges.
There are five Bob Jorgensen watercolor paintings in the large function room.
Bill Horseman has a group of his photos in the downstairs conference room.
If you are a collector and would like to share your collection with the Library community by exhibiting all or part of it in the locked display case near the main circulation desk, please contact Larry DeJong at email@example.com. Leave a short message and a way to contact you and he will follow up with you.