Tag Archives: Wisconsin

This month we got our art fix at The Attic Books and Coffee The Attic provides you with Fair Trade and Organic Coffees and Teas, hand-tamped espresso beverages, a large selection of gently-used books, and an inviting atmosphere to Revive, Refresh, and Renew in… and also a place to view local art! The current artist at […]

It’s art fair season for a lot of artists and it’s no different for Mosaic member artist, Brent Crabb. We thought we would catch up with him during the madness and see what’s on the horizon for him! When did you decide that you wanted to be an artist? Pencil drawing has always been a […]

Graffiti: A subject of debate across countless communities all over the globe. Is graffiti really the heinous crime that law enforcement makes it out to be? Or is it something that should be celebrated and encouraged? In our world today, graffiti artists receive plenty of mixed signals. It’s okay to express yourself on the side of […]

Artstreet has been bringing art out of studios, galleries and museums and into the streets of downtown Green Bay for 34 years. Each summer, the fine arts festival features activities like artist demonstrations, creative children’s activities, cultural displays, edible arts, music, dance, literary and theatrical performances, and of course the opportunity to view and purchase […]

Mosaic Member Misty Nagan, owner and designer behind jewelry business Silver Wear by Misty, specializes in up-cycling vintage silverware into wearable pieces of art. We wanted to get the inside scoop on her unique artistry. Thanks to Misty for answering all of our questions! Your pieces are so unique. What inspired you to become an artist […]

People always say, “ You can’t judge a book by its cover”, but can you judge a beer? Welcome to Wisconsin: official land of cheese, unofficial land of beer. Ask any Wisconsinite over the age of 21 and I’m sure they’d be happy to tell you what their beer of choice is… but why is […]

What do you think of when you hear the phrase, “creative placemaking?” Unless you are a part of an urban revitalization committee, hold a position in public office, or are very involved in the local arts scene, you probably are left with a feeling of confusion, indifference, or perhaps mild interest. That’s because most people […]

We recently rediscovered the work of Mosaic Member  BONNIE de ARTEAGA and fell in love all over again with her incredible pieces and the inspiration behind them. We had to know more about her process and the places from which she draws inspiration. Thanks to Bonnie for answering all of our questions! The subject matter of […]