Jane Kelly, J.K.Mosaics, Mosaic ArtistI’ve been creating art in one form or another since I can remember. With endless media to explore, I love to learn and refine my craft.

Living amongst the wild natural beauty of northern California, in the bosom of an artistic community, provides me with inspiration. I appreciate the family, friends and customers who make it possible for me to keep going, following my creative muse. May my enjoyment shine through my artwork and bring you as much pleasure.

In 1998, after taking a mosaic workshop from Elizabeth Raybee in Potter Valley, California. I fell in love with mosaics and the entire process from beginning to end. I can go in many directions with this art form using a wide variety of materials. A mosaic piece can be formal, freeform or whimsical. Evoking emotion or capturing the essence of the subject is the magic.

In 2008, I took the first of many workshops at the Institute of Mosaic Art (IMA) in Oakland,

mask by Jane Kelly Mosaics

Jade and Shell Mask

learning the technique of lightweight concrete sculpture. Thus began a series of new works creating and mosaicing on 3D surfaces with few limitations. The IMA is a fantastic place to learn anything regarding mosaics, whether you are a beginner or have years of experience.

Sign up for my email list here.


website by Stacey Dennick

5 thoughts on “About

  1. Love your work. Bought a stepping stone years ago at a farmer’s market. Still love it. Keep me posted on when you come to Marin markets, please.

  2. As a proud collector of your art, I can’t say which piece I like best. Each one has its niche in our home and yard. We love your endless creativity and the fact that every piece is an original, one-of-a-kind. Looking forward to seeing more at Tuscany Gallery and the spring markets in Marin.

  3. Jane,

    Even though you have given me your mailing address, it has disappeared from my iPhone. It happens. I have a card for U & a small package too. It’s been difficult to go thru my things as many are in a storage locker in Ingelwood. But, small “bits to use in mosaics ” for you. Mail address unknown. ??

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s