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Fragments, Shards & Pieces: Images in Mosaic — at Main Line Art Center

  • Main Line Art Center 746 Panmure Rd Haverford, PA, 19041 United States (map)

MSoP is partnering with three venues for this amazing celebration of mosaic art, Fragments, Shards & Pieces: Images in Mosaic, the Society's third Members' ExhibitThe portion at the Main Line Art Center will be shown March 10 through April 9, 2015. 

Participating artists:
Adele Berkowitz, Alice Bowman, Amy Bruckner, Barbie Henig, Bonnie Fitzgerald, Carol K. Hemsley, Daniel Schutzman, Denise Pettit, Eileen Pass, Gwen Waltz, Hermiona Bergmann, Janet Belmont Conn, Jo White, Judy Katz, Judy Styles, Lynn Fitzgerald, Mara Schiffman, Merryl Buttari, Michelle Bross, Nancy Hankin Schwartzman, Nora Frank, Rhoda Kapner , Rona Pietrzak, Ronnie Michael, Susan Etkin

Main Line Art Center is welcoming MSoP's 2015 exhibit in its Welcome Lobby, which is accessible Monday through Thursday 9 am to 9 pm, and Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 9 am to 5 p.m.

Fragments, Shards and Pieces: Images in Mosaic is a celebration of contemporary mosaic art, concurrent with City Hall’s The Mosaic Muse, and the annual conference of the Society of American Mosaic Artists, being held in Philadelphia on March 2015. Members of the Mosaic Society of Philadelphia were invited to submit their works in mosaic in any medium, any style, 2D or 3D, for this celebration of mosaic art.

Main Line Art Center is a welcoming and inclusive creative home where everyone is encouraged to create, experience, and discover the value of art. Committed to making art more accessible, the Art Center has over 75 years of experience presenting art programs for individuals of all ages and abilities, including a unique series of Accessible Art programs for children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities, at-risk youth, and low income families. Throughout the year, Main Line Art Center presents innovative, contemporary art exhibitions in their award-winning gallery, as well as exhibitions that celebrate community.