Bette Ann organizes community ceramic shard mosaic workshops and installations. For 15 years, she has worked with groups to create numerous projects, which are permanently located in hospitals, schools and libraries. Bette Ann is passionate about fostering the creative experience as a vehicle toward community connectivity and feels that installation art is essential to well-being.

Libby's images have been inspired by her teaching in Samoa and travels in Europe, Asia, India and the mid-east. Over the past 35 years, she has received numerous awards for her work, which has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the US.

Bette Ann founded the sculptors’ collective, “Studios Without Walls”, which has received more than 16 MCC/BAC grants for environmental installations in Brookline, MA.

Video Interview with Bette Ann

Recent Community Mosaics

Olam Chesed, Jewish Community of Greater Stowe (JCOGS), VT
Sacred Flowers, Vilna Shul, Boston, MA
Tulipmania, Hale Family Center for Families, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
Shapes of Klee-The Village, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Children's Workshop, Boston, MA
Peace Dove, Boston-Haifa Connection, Temple Beth Avodah, Newton, MA
Shalom Mosaic, Temple Beth Avodah, Newton, MA
Tree of Knowledge, Sedgwick Branch Library, Jamaica Plain, MA
Mosaic Flowers, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
Garden Conference Room, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
Yestermorrow Wall, Yestermorrow Build/Design School, Waitsfield, VT
Brookline Town-wide Mosaic, Coolidge Corner Library, Brookline, MA
The Great Wave, James Otis School, East Boston, MA
Mosaic Backsplash, Boston Building Resources, Roxbury, MA
Wall of Hope, Project Place, Artists for Humanities, Boston, MA