Ben May I have been making pottery for the last 20 years. From the raw lump of clay to the finished functional piece.
Cooperative Rugmakers Primitive, punched, traditional
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.
Roy Phillips I have been tinsmithing for the past 13 years. My wife and I use all hand tools used in the 18-19th century.
John Landis Trained as an architect at the University of Virginia, John turned his attention to furniture building after becoming dissatisfied with the "hands-off" profession of architecture. John served a year-long apprenticeship and two [...]
Amee Sweet-McNamara One-of-a-kind hats made using traditional hatting and millinery techniques including blocking, wiring, buckram-work, and cut-and-pieced items. Embellishments include ribbon-work, kanzashi, soutache-and-bead embroidery and bead embroidery.
Linda Doucette I locally source wool fiber and naturally dye it using plants and lichens from my farm. I hand felt large floral tapestries using wool, soapy water and a hand held wood washboard. [...]
Clay Savely Functional hand-built stoneware ceramics comprised of complex impressions of Appalachian ferns, leaves, flowers and tree bark inlaid in mandalas and landscape themes and then fossilized into the clay with iron oxides. Earth [...]
Benjamin Pittman All knives are 100% handmade from start to finish with great care taken to create the best possible piece. While the cutlery may be considered a work of art, they are designed [...]
Catherine O'Toole Colorful, 100% cotton, machine washable, reversible quilts and accessories.