Join us for a special JLive Art with grandmother/granddaughter artists Mia and Nancy Schon.
Nancy Schon is the talent behind the iconic “Make Way for Ducklings” sculptures in the Boston Public Garden (as well as the “Tortoise and Hare” in Copley Plaza, “Myrtle the Turtle” in Beacon Hill, “Eeyore and Winnie the Pooh” at the Newton Library and so many more!). Nancy lives and works in a Newton.
Mia Schon is the creator of Mosaic with Mia, through which she creates personalized large-scale mosaic installations and instructs students and communities in the art of mosaic-making. Her “We Were All Refugees Once” mosaic in Tel Aviv swept social media. Mia grew up in Newton and has lived in Tel Aviv for the past four years.+ More... - Less...
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