Friday, July 16, 2010


As many of you remember, I had a mosaic artist in residence come to our school this last year. She did magical things with the kids and now you can learn from her. Lisa is offering an amazing mosaic filled vacation. She is a great communicator, a wonderful mosaic artist, and a spectacular person. Consider a trip to Jamaica this in Jan.! Please see all the details below and help spread the word.


Register for classes with Lisa Arnold, professional mosaic artist from Minneapolis, MN
Jan. 13-19, 2011 at Negril Treehouse in Negril,

Stay right in the heart of seven-mile beach at the Treehouse Resort in beautiful, unforgettable Negril, Jamaica while learning how to make stained glass, tile and picassiette mosaics. All materials and tools included!

Classes will be held on Jan. 14-17, 9:30am-12pm. Afternoons can be spent sunning, swimming, snorkeling, eating, drinking, reading, sleeping, kayaking, parasailing, waterskiing, scuba diving, walking on the soft white sand beach, watching the sun set into the ocean, getting a massage or doing anything else you like!

This $1000 introductory (based on double occupancy) offer includes a six-night stay at Treehouse Resort in Negril, six big breakfasts, four days of mosaic instruction, materials and tools. All ages and experience levels welcome! (Save $100 by booking before Nov. 15, 2010).

Lisa Arnold is a professional mosaicist with 20 years experience teaching art. She is on the Minnesota and North Dakota State Arts Boards’ Rosters of Artists in Education, is a member of the Minnesota Mosaic Guild and the Society of American Mosaic Artists.

Please contact Lisa at to register or receive more information.

Thanks for helping spread the word!

1 comment:

  1. Darn, I wish this was during my school vacation. I'd be the first person signed up - sounds heavenly - sun, snorkeling, beach-reading, kayaking - all my favorite things - plus the best: playing with art stuff too! I guess as I consider retirement this is the stuff I should think about. I'd be free to travel whenever I want. But then it would be harder to justify if I can't use it as an education deduction.