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Tim Lowell, an art and science teacher on the island, has opened a Mosaic Art Bar at the Pavilion.

  • Friday, November 14, 2008 7:56pm
  • Business

Art Bar now open

Tim Lowell, an art and science teacher on the island, has opened a Mosaic Art Bar at the Pavilion.

The art studio will provide a space for people to create mosaic pieces with tumbled-safe recycled glass, Lowell said. The space will allow children and adults to make gifts and large art projects with the glass and wood provided.

Lowell said the new business is on the second floor and will be open from noon to 6 p.m. seven days a week. Lowell said the concern is also part of the Bainbridge Island Art Education Consortium.

For more information, call Lowell at 206-780-0422.

Shannon gets award

Patti Shannon, a realtor with John L. Scott Real Estate on the island, has received a Accredited Buyer Representation designation.

She joins more than 32,000 real estate professions in North America who have earned the designation, which is made by the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council.

Shannoon completed courses in buyer representation to earn the award.

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