Gary Schlappal Handbuilt and thrown ceramics, underglazes, glazes; wall forms.
Sandy Murray Sandy describes her work as drawing and painting with threads. She begins each piece with a basic pencil sketch of her idea. The design progresses as she works.
Maria Savka Animals have been my muses for quite sometime. Their fur, feathers, and wool provide wonderful texture, but it’s their personalities that shine through. I see printmaking as a chance to create different [...]
Grace Rochford I have always been interested in history and early American crafts. Through this interest, I became acquainted with the historical American floorcloths. I enjoy demonstrating and educating the public about this craft. [...]
Donna & Ted Kriebel Original paintings are done on gessoed board using acrylics. A series of glazes seal the paintings and a shrink coat is applied to create cracks (the aged appearance). Oils are [...]
The Parsonage At The Parsonage Handmade Soaps, our goals are: 1. To strive for excellence in the soap making process 2. To make objects that enhance the life of the user 3. To know [...]
Ginger Reuling Handmade of wood, each birdhouse is painted in a variety of colors ,using long lasting exterior finishes. Solid brass hardware is used, both for the "clean out" door and the hanging hooks. [...]
My love for gourd art stems from my horticultural interests coupled with my desire to produce a functional as well as decorative product. To briefly describe my work, I pencil a design onto a gourd surface which is used as [...]
Bunny Switzenberg Bunny and John Switzenberg of Lancaster, Pa. are beekeepers and crafters. They make cinnamon-scented beeswax ornaments using antique German chocolate molds, some of which John's great-grandfather brought with him when he emigrated [...]
Andy Smith I am a full-time watercolor artist for 36 years. I love painting antiques and the 1800's time period and find my subjects by traveling and sightseeing at may historic areas. I love [...]