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The focus of my photography is creating iconic images of wildlife that stimulate one’s imagination resulting in an increased awareness and a sense of responsibility for our wildlife and their habitat. As a visual artist, photographer, and printmaker I strive to reduce nature to its most basic elements to produce images with a degree of abstract realism.
-CJ HockettPrice: $125.00
This is a solid brass version of Mark's popular SteamPunk Airship Commanders Wings Insignia. It is great SteamPunk style - the propeller spins! This double tac pin comes with two grip backs and in a gift box like the one shown.Price: $70.00
Kathryn Myers has a long history with artist collectives and galleries. Her first studio was in Frog Hollow's basement in Middlebury. She produces hand-thrown, functional stoneware.
This honey pot is the perfect companion to your morning tea ritual. The peaceful green celadon and yellow glazes and gentle curves of the vessel will ease you into your day. They also complement many of our artisans' mugs and pitchers.
The pots are microwave and dishwasher safe. They measure 5” wide and 4 ½” tall, and each comes with a honeycomb wand.Price: $38.00
"Looking Back" is a 6-Block Woodcut created in 2008. It is a Limited Edition of 300. Image Size: 6" x 6", Unframed, mounted on 100% cotton rag foam core. Option: Framed/Mounted, Size: 12" x 12" includes: Framed with 100% cotton rag mat board and backing, in a Nielsen black frame.Price: $135.00
Each Bird is individually hand forged. Small: 3.5" / Large: 5.5" (sizes may vary slightly)Price: $50.00
Handmade bubble whiskey glass available in 10 various colors: Crystal, Ruby, Aurora, Topaz, Peridot, Emerald, Tourmaline, Aquamarine, Sapphire, Cobalt, and AmethystPrice: $50.00
These small peg racks are crafted by Payne Junker and painted by Elise Junker, to brighten your kitchen or entry-way! Use them for your keys, dish towels, or kitchenware. They are sized about 10" in length, and 6-10" in height.Price: $45.00
This handmade porcelain bowl, by Jennifer Ranz, features a striking pattern, made by imprinting the cream-colored clay with vintage lace and painting a marbled-blue glaze into the grooves. The bowl is held up by three short legs, creating a dynamic drop-shadow effect in the light. Practical for holding small items, or for displaying on its own, this bowl is sure to add as much character to its surroundings as the 19th-century Vermont barn studio from whence it came!Price: $158.00
My Representation in Glass, of the noble giant of the Arctic. I really try to showcase the spirit of the Polar Bear with my work. All white, with speckled ‘fur’ and torch-worked eyes, ears, and nose. Each has an individual expression. -Chris Sherwin
Offered in both Adult and “Cub” sizes:
Brown Bear Adult: 4 inches tall, and 4-5 inches nose to tail
Cub: 3 inches tall/longPrice: $78.00
In traditional Japanese aesthetics, Wabi-sabi (侘寂) is a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete". It is a concept derived from the Buddhist teaching of the three marks of existence (三法印 sanbōin), specifically impermanence (無常 mujō), suffering (苦 ku) and emptiness or absence of self-nature (空 kū).Price: $75.00