Ace of Spades
Ace of Spades Garden Art
Copper garden sculptures can grace your rose garden in the form of faeries, ballerinas, elves and mischievious animals. Alice has her own website featuring her sculptures, as well as some of her most reliable gardening secrets.
American Stone Art
Decorate your patio or garden with these lovely stone creations.
B & L Baskets
Each basket is created using the Cherokee style of weaving, making each basket useful and decorative.
The Bent Tree Collection
This "natural" form of furniture adds a warm touch to any home, patio, yard, or deck. The Bent Tree collection ranges from simple magazine racks to magnificent king-size canopy beds.
Each piece of pottery is individually hand-formed, whether wheel-thrown or hand-built. We formulate and mix our own glazes. The finished product is safe to use in the microwave and dishwashers, as well as the oven. Our pots are made to be used daily, combining art with function.
Carole creates folk art in the forms of Theorem painting, Scherenschnitte and false-graining. She designs her own patterns to have the look of the old.
The Con Artist
Beautiful and ornate jewelry using a wide array of objects including vintage items, and long lost treasures. Each piece is one-of-a-kind.
Unique goblets, vases and fine objects utilizing sterling silver, torchworked and slumped glass and gemstones make up Dreamweaver's exquisite collection of hand made pieces.
Earthen Studio - Jeff Walker
Jeff's creations range from whimsicle amphibian business card holders to utilitarian pieces for every-day use in the kitchen.
Glass by Sam
Beautiful creations in glass by glassblower Sam Davisson include lawn ornaments, oil lamps, marbles, paperweights, bowls, and glass lampshades. Sam has been working in glass since 1984.
Grandview Woolens & Gardens
Grandview Woolens and Gardens is located in Linn County, midway between St. Joseph and Hannibal, Missouri. The lush, rolling hillsides provide forage for our flock of 200 ewes which in turn provide frisky lambs and wonderful, wearable wool. Some wool is processed by a mill into yarn which is sold in skeins or used by Garlyn in her handwovens.
Gourds come to life with exquisite hand-painted designs. Artistically professional with a touch of whimsey, these gourds will add charm and wonder to any setting.
Contemporary clothing and accessories are created by Theresa from authentic Japanese kimonos and other fine Asian fabrics.
Marilyn Love Fine Art
Marilyn Love, popular architectural illustrator and artist, has created over 1,000 pen and ink drawings and watercolor paintings since 1987. Her custom, affordable house portraits become cherished family memories, keepsakes, and unique gifts.
Shirley Eley Nachtrieb
Specializing in portraits and landscapes in watercolor, pastel, and acrylics, Shirley has gained recognition in publications throughout the nation as a professional artist. Her work is in private and corporate collections throughout the United States and Germany.
Patricia Zieche has chosen this form of jewelry making (which pre-dates casting), because of the immediacy and flexibility in creating individual jewelry pieces. These pieces include setting faceted stones and cabochons, working with solid 14K, 14K gold-fill, and sterling silver.
A professional metalsmith and jewelry designer, Nena creates special accessories for all tastes.
Kenneth Marine and Terry Bloodworth take a few simple ingredients (sand, soda ash, limestone), heat it to 2200º, gather it on the end of a blow pie and form the glass into various works of art.
Lisa's natural fiber funcional spun and woven pieces are fine accents for any home.
Stone Hollow Scrimshaw Studio
Reviving the style that whalers used on ships at sea, Michelle Ochonicky hand-engraves and the delicately carved lines of her original designs.
Wire mesh sculpture for every occasion and an excellent source for seasonal decor. Each piece is hand shaped and painted and they are featured in over 2000 gift shops across the country.
Each of my handmade paper vessels is a one-of-a-kind creation. These vessels are meant to be not so much containers of matter as of spirit.
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