Mosaic Art

6-week Series coming this Spring!

All Skill Levels Welcome

Nature Consortium is proud to introduce a new 6-week class series. Small individualized classes are taught by professional artists that provide expert instruction. Lively discussions and friendly critiques are done at each session.

If you want to explore your creative side, here is your chance. The classes are structured in such a way that no art experience is required although people with art experience are also equally welcome. All supplies are included.

You will learn all of the basics to get you on your way to mastering the mosaic technique. Design, composition, materials, substrates & adhesives, cutting & laying, and grouting will all be covered. At the end of the class you get to take your coffee table mosaic art piece that you are sure to be proud of.

This is a 6-week series takes place every Tuesday from 6-7:00pm. No prior experience is necessary. Supplies included.

 Cost: $250 for each 6-week series

Location:  Nature Consortium Studio at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

Address: 4408 Delridge Way SW in West Seattle.

Contact: Yeggy Michael, 206-923-0853 or


Register for This Class

Dates: Wednesdays, March 30th – May 4th

Times: 6-7:00

Cost: $250 per class


Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
4408 Delridge Way SW #105
Seattle, WA 98106

IMG_6414About the Artist: Emily Charlotte Taibleson

Emily Charlotte Taibleson studies the relationship between the micro and the macro, mythology and legend, architecture and ecology through painting, sculpture, performance, and writing.  She is an explorer, a traveler and a collector of stories. Emily supports her practice by facilitating large scale collaborative art installations with the intention of building accountability to the land to to each other through urban beautification and community engagement.  She works for numerous arts programs in the Pacific Northwest and beyond to bring equal access to the arts and their healing powers. She has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design.  She is at home in the mountains and at sea


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