MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Jeanne DeCoste and her work, click the link below.
Alchemy Handcrafted Jewelry
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Nickaela Fiore-Keyes and her work, click the link below.
Jennifer's Design Studio
MEET THE ARTIST "I'm Jennifer and I am a self taught watercolor artist. All of my design's are handpainted original artwork, nothing is printed." To learn more about Jennifer and her work, click the link below.
Becky Wright Pottery
MEET THE ARTIST "I have always felt successful and happy in a creative environment, and it all started with making mud pies in the back yard as a child and having a blast getting messy. I spent my time playing, collecting eggs and helping around our little farm in Vassalboro, Maine. My mother was always incredibly supportive and encouraged me to work on craft projects, painting and coloring at the kitchen table. That love of creativity turned into a serious music passion at age 10 when I started to play clarinet. I was a talented solo clarinetist all through middle and high school, and always taking art classes at the same time. When the time for choosing a college major came, I chose art over music. In college, I took ceramics and fell in love. Moving clay around with my hands felt familiar and brought a tremendous feeling of happiness. I found it very satisfying..." To learn more about Becky and her work, click the link below.
Little Bear Illustration
MEET THE ARTIST Cara Finnerty Coleman was born and raised in Massachusetts, graduating in 2001 from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Cara’s work focuses on woodland animals and their adventures across enchanted landscapes. To learn more about Cara and her work click the link below.
Two Orange Cats Jewelry
MEET THE ARTIST Two Orange Cats Jewelry is hand crafted one of a kind jewelry by Susan Zabriskie To learn more about Susan and her work, click the link below.
New England Carving
MEET THE ARTIST "I'm Alec Danaher and I started New England Carving in 2019 when I became a member at my local makerspace...I strive to make unique items that are unlike anything people have seen before. I do a lot of experimentation and love designing new items. It brings me a lot of pleasure thinking of my work having a place in peoples' homes." To learn more about Alec and his work, click the link below.
Oak Tree Forge
MEET THE ARTIST: Greg Burns "I didn't become a full-time blacksmith overnight. At first blacksmithing was simply a hobby, but within a few years I decided to take my passion for working with metal into a reality and full-time career. I was first introduced to metal work when I was younger, attending venues where you would typically find a blacksmith and would instantly gravitate towards those booths. Fast forward into my adult life, I didn't think much of the blacksmithing until I began my own small produce and livestock farm. Having had to repair many things around the farm and in my 1805 home, I decided to take up blacksmithing. I built my own coal forge and began teaching myself how to work the metal. Shortly after, I decided to take my craft to local venues which instantly made me realize that it was time to make my passion into a reality. To learn more about Greg and his work, click the link below.
JW Cigar Box Guitars
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Jeff Weinstein and his work, click the link below.
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Kim Tynan and her work, click the link below.
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Michelle and her work, click the link below.
Sheryl Brower Art
MEET THE ARTIST "As an artist, I love working with many mediums including: watercolor, alcohol inks, and acrylic to name a few. I enjoy creating in my studio, occasionally holding workshops for all ages and especially attending some of the local art shows and fairs." To learn more about Sheryl and her work, click the link below.
The Winding Vine
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Jess Mutty and her work, click the link below.
Jennifer's Handmade Soap
MEET THE ARTIST "Hi! My name's Jennifer and I'm the owner and creator of Jennifer's Handmade Soap! I've been asked many times how I got into making soap. It's not your typical story and if you'd asked me if I ever thought I'd be owner of my own business back in 2009 I'd have said no way! And I'd have been wrong! Here's my story..." To learn more about Jennifer and her work, click the link below.
iDazz Custom Designs
MEET THE ARTIST "I am joyfully inspired to make one-of-a-kind and artisan jewelry with a vintage and boho flair. The right jewelry accents who you are and who you will be. I carefully curate the finest quality gemstones, pearls and vintage components to be incorporated into all my collections. I am both humbled and proud to serve thousands of repeat customers over the past 20 years. iDazz will be here 24/7 to be sure you are never without the little necessities to Dazzle your World every day of the week." To learn more about Trish Kozub and her work, click the link below.
A Cut Above Design
MEET THE ARTIST "We were founded in 2001 when I began collecting scraps of wood left over from various contracting projects and using them to create creative presentation platters. That was the first step towards A Cut Above. Soon I began laboring over more and more cutting boards, each one increasing in creativity and complexity. Most of my boards now incorporate “repurposed / recycled” hardwoods as well as numerous exotic species. From there, my passion for woodworking spread to the rest of the family." ~ Steve Strout To learn more about the Strout family and their work, click the link below.
MEET THE ARTIST Since studying art in Edinburgh, Scotland, where her artistic influences began and following a rewarding nursing career Caroline took the opportunity to pursue her love of fused glass full time. This New England artist has spectacularly brought together a composition of harmonious elements to produce a range of unique and functional glass tableware and ornaments. She is driven by her passion to keep learning and exploring her craft, in particular, her love of Petrified Wood. To learn more about Caroline Quick and her work, click the link below.
MEET THE ARTIST Welcome to PooleCam Productions! We were previously known as Jeff Poole Photography and used to specialize solely in still photography, but now we have expanded into the videography realm! With this exciting news there are a lot of changes we are undergoing, so we appreciate your patience! Right now Jeff is studying for his Part 107 sUAS drone certification and will soon be able to start taking on aerial imaging jobs. Jeff works full time as a Technical Producer and Editor for Westborough TV, Inc. Even though he works full time, he has plenty of flexibility with his schedule, so don’t hesitate reaching out to us! To learn more about Jeff and his work, click the link below.
Ariel Kessler Mixed Media
MEET THE ARTIST Ariel Kessler is a collector of stories. Her mixed media art encompass lively, colorful imagery in a whimsical world. She is inspired by children's book authors and illustrators. In contrast, her photography lets viewers into her private self. Quiet, haunting and evocative. Ariel finds inspiration from 20th century female photographers. By working in mixed media, these two sides can merge. To learn more about Ariel Kessler and her work, click the link below.
Cave Studio Arts
MEET THE ARTIST Handcrafted jewelry made from silver, copper and bronze metal clay...I love the 'clay' aspect, where everything is shaped with your hands. The joy of seeing the final piece come out of the kiln and tumbler is a surprise every time! To learn more about Buffy Cave and her work, click the link below.
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about NikkisFleeceFriends and their work, click the link below.
Elsie Kaye Glassworks
MEET THE ARTIST Flamework artist and metalsmith Holly Kenny has been creating artisan glass jewelry, giftware and home decor since 2008. She exhibits at artisan fairs throughout the East Coast and has taught both beginner and intermediate flamework and metals classes for 8 years. She currently teaches child, teen and adult classes in her studio and at Snow Farm - the New England Craft Program - in Williamsburg, Massachusetts. She opened the studio and gift shop in 2017, naming it after her daughter, whose initials are "LCK". To learn more about Holly Kenny and her work, click the link below.
Aud & El Apothecary
MEET THE ARTIST At Aud & El we believe that creating an environment, at home or on the go, that is soothing and calming should be a priority in all our lives. A peaceful physical space helps create a peaceful headspace. We live in a chaotic world, always rushing around trying to get things checked off of our to-do lists and that can lead to anxiety, depression, fatigue and other health problems. Our mind and spirit are the core of who we are and if we keep those healthy our body will follow. Self care is an essential part of life and we hope that our products can help you care for yourself in the way that you deserve. To learn more about Tiffany Williams and Aud & El Apothecary, click the link below.
White Hall Woodturning
MEET THE ARTIST To learn more about Mike Smith and his work, visit him at Arts In Common.
MEET THE ARTIST "Each piece of my ceramics is individually hand crafted. On some, the glazes are the primary focus. Other pieces are decorated with imagery either using a lithography process, or hand painted brushwork. All are then fired in an electric kiln to approximately 2200 degrees F (Cone 6). The glazes used are all food safe and made in my studio. I consider the work to be a "green" product. Solar panels on the roof provide all the electricity for our home and studio, including the kiln. My hope is that the pieces you take home make every meal a celebration." ~ Ingrid Hathaway To learn more about Ingrid and her work, click the link below.