Who We Are
Energizing Life with Dazzling Color
Terry Felux and Kay McInnes own 2 Sisters Creations. Their bond began as sisters and has now become a partnership dedicated to creating one of a kind mosaic stained glass art.
Part of their vision for creating 2 Sisters Creations is to use their gifts to help support Africa Renewal Ministries© an organization dedicated to building orphanages, schools, medical clinics, and churches in AIDS ravaged Africa. In addition, Terry donates time and art pieces to The Achievers© Center for Education, in San Antonio. The Achievers©School is dedicated to secondary students with special needs. She is a current member of SAMA (Society of American Mosaic Artists)Terry began working with several different art mediums in the 1980’s including stained glass, and she has found her passion is working with glass.
Kay has a background in unique art as well. While Kay was living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she was inspired to create Southwest jewelry pieces and clothing. While she enjoys using stain glass in her mosaic pieces she has recently included other media such as natural stone, beads, copper and coral. She is also a member of SAMA. Kay and Terry both recently trained under world renown mosacists Sonia King and Emma Bigg.
2 Sisters Creations has shown its mosaic art in several places including, the Cortez Cultural Arts & Crafts Festival, Midland Museum of the Southwest Art Show, the South Lake Oktoberfest, and the King William Art Festival, Salado Arts Festival, The Poppy Festival, The Kendall Art Gallery and Main and Vine Art Gallery.. They have been contacted by churches for large sanctuary crosses and have a sanctuary cross in Mississippi in a church that was rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina.
Part of the vision for2 Sisters Creations is to help support
an organization dedicated to building orphanages, schools, medical clinics, and churches in AIDS ravaged Africa. A portion of each sale is sent to this ministry.