Kate Pond's sculptures are inspired by curves in nature: fiddlehead ferns and tendrils of vines or grasses moving in the wind. Corten steel is her material of choice. It rusts to a deep dark patina with subtle changes in the soft velvety surface.
Descended from one of the 18th century's finest Colonial America pewter-smiths, Fred Danforth carries on the tradition of hand-spinning pewter holloware. Designed by both Fred and Judi, their pewter is made from the finest alloy of tin, antimony and copper, and is hand-finished through a traditional process that lends the pewter its lustrous satin radiance.
Michael Harrigan earned a B.A. in sociology from Merrimack College, and then attended The Modern Welding School in New York. Intrigued by the transformation of metal by fire, he took a blacksmithing course which sparked an enduring interest in creative and decorative metalwork. Michael eventually set up a small forge in Vermont where he makes traditional ironwork and experiments with creating new designs. His recent work is organic in feeling and combines a fluid and lyrical line with the vigor and strength of iron.