Virtual Gallery

Why we created our Virtual Art Gallery:

Our global community has been hard hit by COVID-19 so we are doing what we can here at Mosaic Arts to continue to support our members. We have created a virtual gallery to host our members’ works along with their business links. Our small businesses and artists need our support now more than ever. All art shows in the near future have been canceled which impacts our artists greatly. PLEASE take the time to shop in our gallery. We need to work together to get through this. Take all the necessary safety precautions, check-in with elderly neighbors to see if they need anything, support your local businesses however you can. Take a virtual painting or exercise class or get take-out at your local restaurant. And please, shop our gallery and support our amazing artists. Stay safe.

Brent Crabb

“Drawing has existed since prehistoric times, either as an independent expression or ancillary to other art forms.  I started my quest to become a pencil artist at an early age.”

Brent Crabb

To Purchase Artwork: www.brentcrabbart.com

Marcy Frayseth

“I am gratified by the emotional connections my pieces evoke and the unique bond formed by creating timeless pieces that I hope will be passed on to the next generation.”

Marcy Frayseth

Where to Purchase: www.silvercliffdesigns.com

Gregory Frederic

“The inspiration for my colorful pieces comes from emotion felt through music, human form, injustices and people I meet.  I hope to inspire change, living in harmony and respect for one another.”

Gregory Frederic 

To Purchase Artwork: www.crewlart.com

David Hipwell

“I have been painting with acrylics for over 35 years.  I have gone thru several phases of painting subject matter. In  one phase I  tried to put  cheeseheads on everything. I have been painting with acrylics for over 35 years.  I have gone thru several phases of painting subject matter. In  one phase I  tried to put  cheeseheads on everything.”

David Hipwell

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Gerald R Jensen

“I specialize in segmented turnings as well as bowls and platters accentuated with pyrography.”

Gerald R Jensen

Where to Purchase: www.etsy.com

Bambi Lint

“I’ve always been artistic and in 2001, I was diagnosed with MS. Once I could no longer work a 40 hour week, my husband and I started a home based business, which has evolved into Oh Wow! Creations LLC.”

Bambi Lint

For More Information: www.ohwowcreations.com

Misty Nagen

“I am a third generation silverware artist, family-taught, using a cold technique process.”

Misty Nagen

To Purchase Artwork: website

Marilyn F. Stasiak

“My background includes the BA degree in Art from St. Norbert College and the MFA degree in Painting from Michigan State University.  These degrees were followed with post-graduate courses in photography, art metals, art education, and arts administration.”

Marilyn F. Stasiak

Christine Van Sickle

“My creative journey started back in high school. I’ve always loved the creative process, and later in life it became a much needed escape from the daily stresses of life.”

Christine Van Sickle

For More Information: www.cvansicklestudios.com/

The Art Garage

The Art Garage was founded by local artists who, upon finishing a studio arts class at UWGB didn’t want to lose the experience of making art in a studio.

For events and information: www.artgarage.org

Bay Lakes Knitting Guild

It is the mission of the Bay Lakes Knitting Guild to give knitters of all skill levels the opportunity to get to know other knitters, to learn new techniques, and to share their ideas, resources, and talents with the community.

Green Bay Boy Choir & Girl Choir

Founded in 1980 by Audrey Olson, the Green Bay Boy Choir has grown to include boys in three levels of vocal experience and ability. All choirs are both training and performing units.

For Events and More Information: www.gbchoir.org

NWTC Artistan and Business Center

NWTC Craft Artisan Initiative is to promote the production of crafts in the NWTC District as a means of fostering the creation of new job opportunities through the entrepreneurial model.

For Events and Information: www.nwtc.edu

S.A.G.E.

S.A.G.E. stands for “Share, Accept, Grow, Encourage.” Our journey began when a few small business owners decided we needed a group to share our stories, learn from our experiences, encourage each other through challenges, and give back to the community we thrive in.

For Events and More Information: website

All That Dance

To Touch…To Move…To Inspire… The True Gift Of Dance
For Events and More Information: www.allthatdance.com

Arts Unlimited - Green Bay

ARTS UNLIMITED parts Unlimited meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM at the Art Garage at 1400 Cedar, Main Street entrance
Whether you are a beginner or an expert, or just someone who loves art, Arts Unlimited is for you.
For Events and More Information: website