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Come and see our exciting new Artisans!
Come in and see artisans new to our Nest. The craftsmanship of these talented artists are worth the trip. Come and see for yourself!
Gerrits offers a decidedly unique product: not only is each piece handmade, but construction with unique gems and aged metals imbues each piece with an image of the past and all of its romance—fully embodying the notion of ‘one of a kind’. Each piece fuses the earthly character of the metals and gems with a historical materialist transcendence and refined artistic ability.
Clay House Pots, by Amy Elswick, focuses on functional and decorative items for the home, as well as custom architectural work. Her work is both wheel thrown and handbuilt, many times utilizing several techniques on one piece. Amy is intrigued by textures and she uses a variety of tools to achieve a unique finish. These one of a kind pieces are trulyl beautful.
The Giving Bracelets, designed for Purpose, fueled by Passion, helping children Prosper! These pieces are breathtaking in their simplicity, and this artisan gives 10% of our proceeds to the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children, whose volunteers advocate on behalf of children in the justice system.
This artisan is inspired by life’s smallest moments using fabric as her palette. The creation of these pieces are tales of romance, mystery, tragedy and documentary. Our lives as individuals are messy and complex. We have frayed edges and open seams. We as people are the patchwork of our individual experiences; love, joy, pain and sorrow. This art is the expression of the journey.
This Philly-based couple creates sophisticated products with a focus on design and a mission to eliminate unnecessary packaging. For example, match bottles can be refilled or repurposed to hold a single flower stem. The designs are inspired by their travels and their collection of old books and ephemera. The soy-based candles and match bottles are hand made in small batches in the USA.
Inside the space provided by real eggshells, you will see dioramas and constructions using a variety of materials and methods. The miniature sculptural figures are mostly made using clays and resins, and these are subsequently altered in some way, with painting or embellishment, including natural and found materials. The beauty and detail is something to behold!
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