Archive for the ‘Artists’ Category

Noi Volkov

Noi Volkov

St. Petersburg, Russia – master illusionist creating the likeness of Dali, Picasso, and DaVinci. Art History Ceramic Statements

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Tunde Hidvegi

Tunde Hidvegi

A romantic symbolist from Hungary. Uses smashed antique plates to create fascinating mosaics.

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Sylvi Harwin

Sylvi Harwin

From California, Sylvi anodizes aluminum to create her beautifully colored jewelry. She does this by passing an electrical current through the metal creating a funky and fashionable look.

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Maria Smith

Maria Smith

Hand painted black and gold vases, wine glasses, and champagne flutes.

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Don Rea Designs

Don Rea Designs

Found object wire sculpture people using junk found at flea markets and junk yards. Made with copper, brass, and silver.

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Emily Gartner

Emily Gartner

Geniune 60s albums laminated and made into fashion accessories.

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Rollin Karg

Rollin Karg

From Kansas, Karg makes hand-blown glass paperweights, made by rolling hot glass through sparks.

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Marcia Riever

Marcia Riever

Hand made Raku Ceramics inspired by Art Deco. The crackle effect created with smoke to combustion from burning paper.

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Genna Gurvich

Genna Gurvich

Slipcase ceramics with pop art and art history themes like Oldenburg.

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Key West Sunsets

Key West Sunsets

Gouache paints and colors set to paper which is then twisted for depth and visual effect.

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Studio Inferno

Studio Inferno

Based in New Orleans, this artist group is known for their hand-blown glass with a playful mix of color and geometric shapes.

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Mauro Possobon

Mauro Possobon

Ancient Egyptian Goddess Isis precursor of Venus. Cast hydrostone, carved, sandblasted, heated, and aged.

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Mia Tyson

Mia Tyson

Hand carved porcelain vessels. Rolled slabs formed into vases which are dipped in black silt and then carved into with a knife to create beautiful designs.

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Helio & Gregorio Bracamonte

Helio & Gregorio Bracamonte

Three generations of pueblo potters from Nicaragua create terra cotta and stoneware. Colors created with paints and tree saps, designs carved with scaffitto. Mythological, Mayan, and Aztec themes.

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Amy Rouse

Amy Rouse

Based in Cade Cod, Amy makes hand painted Art Deco wine glasses.

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Neil Duman

Neil Duman

From Richmond, VA. Slumped and blown glass classic vessel shapes, sandblasted, and casted.

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Ingrid Hason

Ingrid Hason

Decorative hand-blown glass vessels. Myrinni canes and Biomorphic themes. From San Francisco, CA.

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John and Elizabeth Best

John and Elizabeth Best

From New Jersey. Stained glass cut boxes with inlaid agate stones. Mirror interior.

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Hudson River Glass

Hudson River Glass

From New York. Architectural glass casting imitating rivulets in the Hudson River.

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Julia Watkins

Julia Watkins

From Colorado. Energism – the swirls in these paintings represent the flow of energy between all things – man, animal, and landscape.

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Byron Saunders

Byron Saunders

From Arizona. Slab formed ceramics roll printed over a jar and spray painted.

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Barbara Woods

Barbara Woods

Hand painted batik silk folded into ceramic vases inspired by butterflies and moths. Each one is a lamp.

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Gabriel de Silva

Gabriel de Silva

From Argentina. His company Infinity Metal uses hand wrought copper, brass, and steel to make candelabras.

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Ross Edwards

Ross Edwards

Large connected part vessels constructed, slipcast, and spun into majestic forms. From Richmond, VA.

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Bill and Sue Baldwin

Bill and Sue Baldwin

From Lynchburg, VA. Cut, formed, and dyed from a single piece of leather. Molded while wet.

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Patrick Owens

Patrick Owens

From Pennsylvania. Oak and purple heart from Brazil. Velvet lined interior drawers.

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Lorrain Bennet

Lorrain Bennet

From Florida. Plaster of Paris statues carved, decorated, and formed into Goddesses of Antiquity.

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Paul Phillipe Descroches

Paul Phillipe Descroches

From France/Brazen, Canada. Bronze sculpture through solder and metal construction. A male and female from embedded in river rock stone.

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John Teal Cructhfield

John Teal Cructhfield

From Richmond, VA. Graphic designs applied to brass, encased with fiberglass creating an entire world of Art history and Art Deco.

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Grant Kistler

Grant Kistler

From Richmond, VA. Frames made with recycled found wood from construction sites and inlaid with glass mosaics.

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Cynthia Erdahl

Cynthia Erdahl

From Richmond, VA. Feminist expressionist paintings in acrylic on masonry boards and canvas.

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Paul Soldner

Paul Soldner

From Colorado. Large sculptural ceramics with textured graphic surfaces.

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Guy Bernard

Guy Bernard

From Richmond, VA. Twisted hand formed copper and steel wire sculptures with the feeling of a blind contour drawing.

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Richard Birkett

Richard Birkett

From New York. Found object fantasy clocks. Eccentric sculptures made with engine parts, typewriters, bottle caps, nails, toy airplanes, and movie viewfinders.

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Brian Prathrow – Zipededodah

Brian Prathrow – Zipededodah

Originally from Austin, TX Brian makes his clocks from acrylic using a high tech laser cutter.

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