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Founded in the true spirit of cooperation, this gallery is run by the artists themselves. ClayGlassMetalStone Gallery is a non-profit cooperative venue for artists for artists whose works defy the flat surface.





2018 starts off with a bang as the Flamingo Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery (CGMS) offers eleven different adult workshops from 7 pm to 9 pm, every evening, beginning January 4 through January 14 at the CGMS Gallery, 15 South J Street, Lake Worth. Participants can sip wine and nibble snacks while they make an art piece they can take home the same night.  See “Gallery Page” for details of each workshop.


Choose Your Workshop


All classes are $40 with advance registration/$45 at the door and limited to 20 students. Some classes are all inclusive and some have a small materials fee.


Choose Your Workshop


All classes are $40 with advance registration/$45 at the door and limited to 20 students. Some classes are all inclusive and some have a small materials fee.

Some of the best artists in Palm Beach County will be teaching how to make a wide variety of art projects including glass fusion, fedora hat painting, digital and traditional life drawing, botanical print making, watercolors, Papier Mache, and three types of jewelry making. Artist instructors for these workshops include: Jan. 4 -Joyce Brown, Founder and Director of Flamingo CGMS making cat’s eye pendants from glass; Jan. 5 – Jeffrey Wiener making digital and traditional drawings; Jan. 7 – Anita Lovitt making watercolors; Jan. 9 – Vandy making Papier Mache Flamingos; Jan. 10 -Andrea F. Huffman making botanical mono prints; Jan. 12- Jennifer Love Gironda turns trash into 3 D Art; Talin Lynman will teach two classes – Jan. 6 – Making hand painted fedora hats, and Jan. 14 – Making hand painted floral rugs. Three classes pertain to jewelry including Jan. 8- Karen Kennedy teaching Kumihimo, a Japanese braiding technique to make a chain mail bracelet, Jan. 11 – Nancy Costello shows you how to repurpose old jewelry into something spectacular and Jan. 13 -Gayle Newman teaches beaded macramé.

ClayGlassMetalStone Cooperative Gallery is sponsored by the Flamingo Clay Studio, a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to provide affordable studio and gallery space for three-dimensional artists as well as nurturing emerging child artists. The Flamingo Clay Studio is located at 216 South F Street with open studio and workshop opportunities for those interested in the 3-D Arts and Artists in Clay, Fused Glass and Small Metals. The Flamingo Clay Studio is a 501C3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductible. For further information contact Joyce Brown 561-284-6807.