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.
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 [...]
Kimberly Gladfelter I create whimsical, one-of-a-kind gourd folk art. I study the shape of a gourd to determine what it wants to be...no two are alike. Each piece is individually hand-painted with acrylics giving [...]
Mary Stanley Everlasting flowers and foliages become enchanting wreaths and arrangements- a gathering of Summer's Bounty. Like walking in the garden on a golden August day. Flowers grown and gathered from my own garden [...]