Jose Farinango Through the combination of several natural stones found throughout the Southwest region and various semi-precious stones, I have infused my Native American culture in modern jewelry.
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 [...]
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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. [...]
Working over wooden molds, in the method of the Shakers, my baskets are traditional in shape and materials. I weave both Shaker reproductions in ash and traditional, utilitarian baskets of reed. Native hardwoods such as ash and oak are used [...]
Michael Combs My bowls are hand hewn from a single piece of Midwestern hardwood using a traditional bowl adze. They are finished with a food safe mineral oil/beeswax mixture.
Barbara Wagaman-Donough Barb Wagaman-Donough and Bob Donough design and create wooden game boards in Lancaster Co. Pa. Ridge Hollow Game Boards began in 1986, due to both an interest in playing game boards and [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Tom & Carol Bognar Having an interest in history and art, we have combined both to create decorative & utilitarian items from gourds-Folk Art Gourd Pottery. Throughout history there are many references to gourds. [...]