You may remember Betsy Frost jewelry from a few years ago. We are excited to have her new coral collection in the gallery. Betsy's designs are fluid - reflecting her early training in dance and gymnastics, and sensual - hinting at the female form. One
Royce Yoder opened his studio in 1983 in Lederach, Pennsylvania. Each piece is handmade by Royce. All pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe and lead free. He creates a wide variety of pieces in multiple ash glazes. We are continually getting new work
Ray Pottery is located in the heart of pottery country in Seagrove, North Carolina. They have been creating unique, hand-crafted pieces for over 13 years. The vibrant red in their glaze has quickly made their work a gallery favorite.
Sergio Lub has traveled through every continent learning his craft. From the Andes to the Himalayas, he met master craftsmen who taught him ancient metal working techniques and their deep beliefs of wearing metals for health and vitality. An important
Mullanium jewelry is a customer favorite. Their steam punk designs are made with a variety of metals such as silver, brass, and copper. They achieve an array of colors by giving each piece a patinaed and/or hand painted finish. Many earrings and pins are
We are very happy to have Rebecca McNerney's work in the gallery. Her collections are seasonal, and her turquoise collection is only available in the Spring. We will feature her work in our annual Jewelry Trunk Show May 22nd-25th. "My work focuses on
Motherbored has already become a gallery favorite! Here is her story. You may wonder, how could any mother ever be bored? If you've ever met Michelle you'll know it's just her quirky play on words, because she's a mother of one busy daughter. After
Q. Miller is new to the gallery this Spring. Primitive cultures on each continent used imagery to tell their history before the written word. We celebrate the collective knowledge of our human history with our original visual imagery titled with sayings