About Sharon

 Mosaics had a hold on me right from the start.  I had been searching for a creative means of expression, different from the music I had been playing for the previous 35 years.  While I enjoyed playing the string bass in community orchestras, I wanted my voice to be heard.     


When I took that first mosaics workshop with artist Jackie Stack-Lagakos, I realized that I found my creative passion.  Falling in love with mosaics meant also falling in love with glass.  And I haven’t stopped making glass mosaics since.​ 


I have had the continued good fortune to hone my skills under great teachers.  Along with Jackie, I have learned under Jonathan Mandell, Gina Huber, Laurie Mika, and Carol Shelkin, as well as many others.


      Living in South Jersey, I have been honored to have shown my work in many wonderful venues, including The Old City Jewish Art Center in Philadelphia; The Blank-Rome Arts, Books & Culture Festival in Cherry Hill, NJ;  Art Blooms Festival in Cherry Hill;  the Markeim Art Center, Haddonfield, NJ; Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ; The Art Gallery at City Hall, Philadelphia. 


     Mosaics has opened a whole new world to me and brought me exciting experiences and many new friends.  I am a  proud past board member of the Mosaic Society of Philadelphia.