Rebecca Myers

Rebecca discovered her passion for creating and designing when she was a sophomore at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. “I have been designing and fabricating custom jewelry for over twenty years. My jewelry echoes a passion for my garden and the allure of the natural world. I am constantly inspired by nature’s curiosities and feel…

Janis Kerman

Janis Kerman’s studio is a renovated coach house a short path from her home.  The walls are covered with an impressive book collection on objets d’art, jewelry and artifacts, memorabilia, photos and sculptures – all arranged in a specific balance. Her desk is alive with a laptop, a pair of burgundy-framed glasses, coloured pencils, client’s…

Jim Cotter

Jim Cotter, has a wide variety of styles that he encompasses in his work. Cotter was born in Corning, Iowa, and attended Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska where he received his Bachelors degree in fine arts education. Cotter has been an active member of the local art community since1969, as well as an internationally…

Jeff and Susan Wise

Our jewelry is sculpture in a diminutive scale whose full significance is revealed when it is worn on the body. We embrace the challenge of making work which is light and comfortable, yet powerful in scale and concept. We are inspired and impassioned by the bold abstract paintings of Rothko and Miro’, by the myriad…

Tom McGurrin

“As a self-taught metalsmith, I enjoy exploring mixed metals, surface textures, and various forming techniques.” Thomas McGurrin is motivated by process and material. Creative influences vary from objects found in nature to basic geometry, however, all of his jewelry is characterized by clean lines and simple forms. His most recent work combines silver and high-karat…

Sydney Lynch

Sydney states: When I was young I loved rummaging through my grandmother’s bureau drawers, enchanted by her treasure trove of costume jewelry, which she kept in a jumble of tiny boxes, each with its own story. Growing up in rural Connecticut, my passions were creating and curating my collections of objects found and acquired, working…

Carolyn Morris Bach

Carolyn’s studio is surrounded by pastures and forests and is impacted directly by the cycles of seasons, which connect her to the natural environment and its visual expression in figurative imagery. For 25 years, her work has developed along themes which are keyed to visual metaphors – often found in older iconographies – representing the…