A New Canaan printmaker doesn’t have to go far to find the local flora that inspires her art.
Don’t be misled by the absence of color. M. Benjamin Herndon’s art is complex, expressive, and deserving of its critical acclaim.
A devastating personal loss changed Amy Genser’s approach to life—and with it, her artistic career.
For Rhode Island artist Wendy Wahl, obsolete encyclopedias become fodder for a provocative discussion of contemporary knowledge.
With a little coaxing, Mike Wright’s salvaged planks and timbers take on a colorful life of their own.
Sculptor Richard Erdman has had a passion for stone since boyhood, and there’s no sign he’ll tire of the medium any time soon.
Long renowned for his artistry in the kitchen, French chef Jacques Pépin turns his talents to a different medium these days—with equally delightful results.
Maine-based Lunaform handcrafts concrete planters, fountains, benches, birdbaths, urns, prayer wheels and garden containers one by one in its coastal studio.
Joanna Buchanan draws from her colorful personal history to create heirloom-worthy bejeweled home accessories.
Printmaking, with its emphasis on technical expertise and opportunity for creative expression, is a never-ending source of pleasure for Lynne Kortenhaus.
Old World meets new in a Rhode Island atelier for custom hardware.
Will Holub’s art begins with paper, a medium whose fragility and resilience makes it the perfect vehicle for his meditations on the nature of life.
Deborah Zlotsky’s colorful abstract works.
Connecticut artist Kathleen Kucka’s passion for her art runs hot—literally.
The contemporary farmhouse-style design trend is so strongly rooted in today’s design vernacular, we dare say it has become a…
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