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          Since her 2006 graduation from University of Vermont, award winning glass and mosaic street artist Emily Jablon has worked through her mother’s Susan Jablon Mosaics and now her Jablon Studios, LLC, creating award-winning designs and teaching arts classes. She is a Broome County native who has been frequently honored for her public projects in downtown Binghamton.

         Emily is not only known for her artistry and civic commitment, but also for her willingness to support underserved populations. She has provided training in mosaic art and guidance during project development for runaways, at-risk students, the homeless, and the mentally ill. She initiated the “Confluence Arts Project,” which empowers individuals with disabilities to create art in their communities.

        When Emily isn’t creating high-end mosaics, she hosts workshops in her glass factory and studio, Jablon Studios, where she helps other’s visions come to life with her specialties in custom wallpapers, logos, artistic chandeliers and re-creating custom images into glass. You can register for classes, or stop in and purchase beautiful works from her shop located at 10 Alice Street in Binghamton, NY. The best way to get to know Emily Jablon is by exploring her various artwork and projects showcased throughout this website, as well as meeting her for yourself in the studio!


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