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Ann Brucker
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Are you in search of real classical art training that teaches realistic drawing, painting or sculpting? Do you struggle with the inner critic creating roadblocks while drawing your ideas? You’ll find solutions to these and more at Mosaic Arts Loft, a local art studio in old town Sherwood owned and operated by Ann Brucker; Mosaic...
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Art Walk July 9th 5:30pm-8:00pm Mosaic Student Art Show Tours Limited on a First-Come Basis Art that speaks to your heart, bringing with it emotions welling from within, are created from the quiet places deep inside. The current exhibit by students from Mosaic Arts Loft in the gallery at Sherwood Center for the Arts is...
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Mosaic Arts Loft is excited to announce that we got featured in the June edition of the Sherwood Gazette. Click on the here to read the article and find out how we’re impacting the community of Sherwood Oregon!
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Sherwood Second-Grader Awarded for Ceramics
We're proud of our student and teacher, Elsa Crow, for having her work exhibited in a national showcase and competition in late March.
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Owner and Artist Ann Brucker will have her ceramic wall pieces as well as pottery for sale. Summer Art Camps and Lessons may also be purchased on site during this event. 
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Mosaic Owner Ann Brucker will have “Hidden In My Heart” series ceramic hearts on display as well as “Journey’s End”, the drawing of album cover she created for hip hop band Mortal Minds mrtlmnds.com
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West Elm invited Mosaic Arts Loft to sponsor a drop-in FREE Watercolor Lesson at the West Elm Portland Store 1201 Northwest Couch, Portland, OR 97209 (503) 224-4480
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Gathering around a kettle of warm cocoa or tea is celebrated in this one-of-a-kind collection of handmade teapots, each with their own creative themes created by MOSAIC’s elementary and middle school students! On display at the Sherwood Public Library for the month of March.
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