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Deborah Zlotsky oil on canvas colorful abstract

Controlled Chaos: Artist Deborah Zlotsky

Deborah Zlotsky’s colorful abstract works.

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Unconventional Wisdom: Printmaker Laurie Sloan

Laurie Sloan is gracious and talkative as she offers a visitor a fresh cup of coffee in her cozy kitchen….

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The Storyteller

Westport photographer Sandi Haber Fifield’s compelling, dreamlike images capture singular and multiple points in time

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No Place Like Home

Allen Whiting’s rich, evocative oil paintings are sought after by people who love Martha’s Vineyard as much as he does….

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Hanako Nakazato Shallow Almond Bowl

East Meets Down East

Influenced equally by her Japanese heritage and her love of Maine, Hanako Nakazato crafts pottery rooted in the past and…

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Anichini bedding

Sew Elegant

Based in the Vermont countryside, Anichini combs the world to bring its customers elegant, luxurious textiles. Susan Dollenmaier, the charismatic founder…

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Force of Nature

The many, many facets of Nancy McTague-Stock’s creative life are arrayed in nearly perfect, businesslike order in her spacious South…

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String Theory

Orleans weaver Gretchen Romey-Tanzer challenges viewers to find their own meaning in her graphic, colorful, abstract works. Gretchen Romey-Tanzer holds…

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Anne Neely Pond Park

Natural Talent

Anne Neely’s landscape-inspired semiabstract works invite reflection on the beauty and fragility of our environment. Remember that falling-out, back in…

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On the Ropes

We don’t know why it is that, at a particular time, for no apparent reason, certain things become part of…

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Leah Woods

Branching Out: Artist Leah Woods

https://www.nehomemag.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/l_woods_09.jpg New Hampshire artist Leah Woods, already acclaimed for her furniture making, is now using her medium to express more-abstract…

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Carrie Gustafson Devotion

Glass Action: Carrie Gustafson, Cambridge Glass Artist

Carrie Gustafson’s luminous pieces provoke an irresistible urge to take them in hand, hold them to the light, and explore the tension between rough and smooth, earthy and ethereal.

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Decor With a Bit of Bling

Three New England designers share their favorite resources for decor with a bit of bling. 1. Holly Hickey Moore, who recently…

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Joan Backes Forest House

In Her Nature

Joan Backes’s art draws viewers in with its beauty, then holds them there with its subtle but compelling reflections about mankind’s relationship with—and responsibility for—the world around us.

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Into the Wood

A chance encounter with a six-inch block of redwood led to Peter Petrochko’s lifelong passion for turning chunks of trees into uniquely beautiful objects.

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