I have been working in glass since 1986. I was initially awed by the beauty of stained glass as a living medium which changes throughout the day. I design and craft panels for the window as well as bowls and plates.
B H Ceramics, Inc.
B H Ceramics Inc has been operating since 2020. As the artist/owner of the company I have been actively involved in cast ceramics since approximately 1968. I first learned cast ceramics at a small craft shop in Keystone, WV. During that period of time I assisted with classes for grade school and high school students in the local community. I became the Director for the Ceramics Shop at Eastern Associated Coal Camp and worked with campers and counselors teaching ceramics during the summer.
Mixed Media Arts, Decorative Arts
Beth Schwartz Studio
I am a mixed media artist with eclectic interests. My studio is part art laboratory, part disaster area. What goes into my experiments? Hand cut collage, altered photographs, acrylic paint, clay, found objects and ink. What comes out the other end? An assortment of boxes, journals, mixed media wall pieces, assemblages, cards and prints. 15% OF MY SALES ARE DONATED TO HEALTH CARE FOR THE HOMELESS.
I make high-fired stoneware pottery for home and kitchen. I use a series of glazes I make myself . The glazes are Turquoise Matte (turquoise to green), Wensu (blue), Tenmoku (dark brown), Moonpax (whitish-orange), Yellow Salt (yellow), and Shino (orange with carbon areas). Occasionally I have other glazes that I am experimenting with.
My work focuses on easy-to-wear, contemporary designs, using a variety of different materials and geometric shapes. Current work includes coiled wire necklaces with beads that I make from straight wire, pewter and stone necklaces and bracelets, kumihimo woven necklaces, multi-strand necklaces, beaded brick stitch woven earrings, shaped wire earrings, plus a large variety of other earrings. All earrings have sterling silver earwires. I also offer a bead restringing service.
Jewelry, Glass Arts, Metal Arts
Carolyn K. Designs
I make colorful fused glass and chainmail jewelry and home decor. My work is all about color that will brighten your day and will have your friends asking, “Where did you get that? I want one too!”
Cathy's Custom Jewelry
I’m a self- taught jewelry artist. I started Cathy’s Custom Jewelry in 2003. My hand crafted designs are made using silver and gemstones. I select stones based on their shape, color and natural beauty which draw me in and encourage my senses. I use a number of different techniques and tools to mold and shape the metals and to create elements for my designs. I also use cast, purchased or reclaimed objects as part of my designs. Those elements help make each piece unique.
Cynthia Gossage - Paige's Pieces
I create textile art for your home: pillows, table ware, and kitchen goods. I focus on sustainability and unique design, incorporating vintage and salvaged fabrics, natural dyes, and hand stitching.
I have been a woodcarver and cabinetmaker for nearly 50 years. Largely self-taught, I began relief carving as a hobby in school, and have since combined carving with traditional joinery to produce a variety of tables, desks, cabinets, boxes and mirror frames.
Woodworking, Mixed Media Arts
Eric Carr Fine Furniture
I make studio furniture in my workshop in Great Falls, VA. Working in native Virginia hardwoods such as walnut, cherry, and oak I create unique, one of a kind, pieces that are both artistic and functional. My style ranges between Arts & Crafts to Mid-Century Modern. On this website you'll see some examples of my work but I would be happy to meet with you personally to design the perfect piece for your home.
EthanAdeline, LLC is a woman-owned small business that specializes in jewelry that places an emphasis on the beauty and details of the stone. All pieces are made with precious metals and most are with sterling silver. Each handmade piece is one of a kind with styles that can fit any occasion. Purchases can be made online or in person at various craft shows. Make EthanAdeline a part of your daily style.
Fiber and Fabric Arts
Handweaving By Jane Anthony
Handweaving has been a part of my life since the early 70s. It combines my love of crafts with my background in art history. I became totally absorbed and tantalized by the possibilities that weaving offers during weaving workshops at the Mannings and the Brooklyn Museum Art School. Weaving combines texture, pattern, and color in ways that are not possible in other media. I enjoy the challenge of weaving traditional or modern patterns, often combining them in an individual piece.