Dubbed the “Mud Poet,” ceramic artist Michael Terra creates whimsical pieces of handmade stoneware for everyday use. Series of works inventively titled “Reading Glasses,” “Postcards from the Inside,” “Squints” and more, announce themselves with wit and charm.
G3 Studios’ signature items are pepper mills and salt grinders, with adjustable grinding mechanisms and epoxied finishes. From boldly designed pepper mills and salt grinders…
Carol Kohn wants her handwoven accessories to make a statement. Employing bold colors and unique designs, Kohn ensures that her functional garments and accessories make every day a celebration.
Bold earrings, necklaces and bracelets hand-forged in sterling silver and gold with unique circles of negative space are the trademark of jewelry designer Belle Brooke Bare. Her jewelry making objective is complex…
“I have a strong feeling that things should be made very well—the craft is what is important,” says glass artist David Royce. In his current work, he combines contrasting hot and cold techniques to mix the elements of fire and water. Luminous and semi-transparent, the glass practically glows.
Ask Evelyn Ward why she is a potter and her answer is simple: “I love clay and I’m just not happy unless I have a creative outlet.” With each piece uniquely made by hand, her soda-fired pieces combine functionality and art in a way that makes it a welcome addition to any kitchen cabinet.
It’s an understatement to say that studio potter and University of Louisville professor Jeff Campana’s process is complicated. At first glance, his pots look like brightly colored puzzles, almost too intricate for human hands to form.
Jay Whyte’s life changed when he bought a TV in 1996. Without extra money to buy a stand, he decided to gather up a few power tools and spend $100 on raw materials. When he was finished, the stand he’d built exceeded his expectations. It was “nothing short of exhilarating. I knew right then that I was going to make sawdust from that point on,” he explains.