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Sculptor: Weston. Master whale sculptor.
Fine Windsor Chairs: Perkinsville. "The Windsor Furniture
from my shop is made by the same construction techniques that
produced today's antiques which are now prized for their distinct
character, beauty and strength."
Basketmaker: Derby. Operating under the name IMA Basket. "Using
the authentic basketmaking techniques of the Sweetser family,
Irene Ames produces ash baskets bearing the trademark star-shaped
pattern introduced by the Sweetser family in 1820."
Peter and Mary Alice
Singing, traditional dance & storytelling: Brattleboro. "Peter
and Mary Alice Amidon are versatile and widely respected performing
and teaching artists who for the past twenty years have dedicated
themselves to traditional song, dance and storytelling."
Greensboro. With Lucas Lonegren, runs the Caspian Hot Glass Studio.
Cabinetmaker: Wilder. Making custom, reproduction, and original design
office and home furniture.
Benoit, Norman L.
Mason, Sculptor. "Born in 1952, I am a self-taught artist in the
medium of stone, clay and marble. I am an advocate of realism and believe
in concentrating all my efforts towards creating as much realistic sculpture
as I can."
Harry and Wendy
Glassblowers: Hardwick. Produce a wide variety of fine glass pieces.
The Website alone is nicely done and well worth the visit.
Scuptor: Wells. "There is no message in my sculpture. They are
objects of sensation, not philosophical statements or social commentaries."
Fine Woodworking: Putney. "Over the years I have developed a line
of Shaker furniture and Windsor chairs. In addition to my "standard"
line of Shaker furniture I also do a considerable amount of custom work
ranging from minor changes to standard pieces to designing and building
completely new designs."
Artist: St. Albans. Works in oils and watercolors.
Jeweler: Brattleboro. Borter's Jewelry studio is located in Brattleboro
and open (last we checked) Tuesday through Friday from Noon to 5:30
(or by appointment).
Pottery: Montpelier. Thistle Hill Pottery, to be exact. "I make
handmade functional stoneware pottery serving pieces, dinnerware, vases,
lamps and more. I also can do wedding gift registry."
Sculptor: Randolph Center
Pottery: Charlotte. Specializes in "Contemporary stoneware pottery
influenced by the ceramic traditions of Asia."
Stained glass: Hancock. Produces "stained glass lamps, panels,
suncatchers, windows, doors, sidelights," as well as custom work,
repairs, training and more.
Glassblower: Orwell. Works with a number of different types of objects,
all very cool.
Jeweler: E. Middlebury. "Exquisite pearl encrusted ornaments in
a variety of color & fabric combinations handcrafted from virgin
materials; velvets, satins, tapestries and laces. They are filled with
satin roses or swarovski crystals."
Photographer: Morrisville. "Fine Art Photography Specializing in
fine art prints to the collector and living and creating in the green
mountains of Vermont." Does a lot of work with nudes.
Pottery: Bristol. "In addition to the annual workshops held at
his studio each summer, he has published articles and given workshops
throughout the USA, New Zealand, England, Wales and Ireland. Robert's
work is in the permanent collections of the Kirkland Museum and Wood
Art Gallery, as well as, the personal collections of musician George
Harrison and hotelier Baron von Hilton."
Painter. The virtual gallery of oil paintings by Steven Cook.
Artist: Bristol. See the works of one of Vermont's Premier Abstract
Artists and Designer at the Sawmill Gallery.
Dance, Choreography: Burlington. "I am one of a small handful of
Vermont choreographers making work for a mixed ensemble of seasoned
dance artists and fledgling performers, who dont necessarily fit
the stereotype of 'dancer/ performer'."
Painter: Saint George. "In 2000, Sean's pastels were chosen for
several national juried exhibitions including the Degas Pastel Society.
He was awarded prizes at the Sierra Pastel Society and the United Pastelists
of America shows. He was recently accepted as an associate member of
the Pastel Society of America. He is a member of The Degas Pastel Society,
The United Pastelists of America and founder of the Vermont Pastel Society."
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