Mosaic artist Nancy Wolff will be featured at the Geneva Lake Arts Foundation’s monthly demonstration at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 27, at Gallery 223, 223 Broad St, Lake Geneva.

The program is open to the public free of charge.

Wolff said she believes in mosaics as a true art form. Anything as simple as a geometric pattern with focus on the tiling is the most basic approach, but many mosaic artists create with unusual base forms, images and a myriad of mixed materials. As a teacher of the art, Wolff said mosaic artists can often be at their best in group settings, presenting ideas and sharing creative thinking.

Wolff’s works have been commissioned as permanent installations for both private and commercial projects. She has served as a mosaics teacher at both The Art Center in Highland Park, Illinois, and previously at the Geneva Lake Art Association.

She conduct mosaics workshops, classes and professional group events.

The Geneva Lake Arts Foundation’s Gallery 223 features members’ paintings, drawings, photos, jewelry, pottery, cards and much more. The gallery is open Wednesday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The foundation works to foster a community appreciation of the fine arts through a regular schedule of exhibits, monthly programs, demonstrations and workshops. Its popular Art in the Park, a juried fine arts exhibition, is scheduled for Aug. 10 and 11 in Flat Iron Park, Lake Geneva.

The foundation welcomes new members. For more information visit, or Gallery 223.



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