Sunday, May 23, 2010

Institute of Mosaic Art Changes Hands

So IMA has been sold.
I wish the new owner all the best to create IMA to be a place of
beauty, peace and light, where all people will be treated
with respect and dignity.
We look forward with hope to see IMA become a
good neighbor, not only in Jingletown
but in the larger Northern California mosaic community.

1 comment:

Stacy Alexander said...

Yes, Kim, I have the same wish for IMA. Both of us put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into that place and it would be wonderful if our own dreams of seeing it become the kind of mosaic resource that you described were to come true. Wishing the *new* owner all the best and real success.