1 Here I am with David Lancaster of Heirloom Bowls. - http://www.heirloombowls.com/
2 Heirloom Bowls are made one at a time using only native North American hardwoods.
3 This set of nesting bowls is made of a beautiful black ash burl that’s flawless with very tight eyes and beautiful coloration.
4 David Lancaster developed a passion woodworking when he was a small boy. At 13, he had his own wood shop.
5 Another set of nesting bowls made of ash
6 Prescott Hill Pottery http://www.prescotthillpottery.com/ makes useful pots - tableware, storage jars and vases - as well as evocative vessels and forms in high-fire stoneware and porcelain.
7 An example of an ash-glazed gas-fired plate
8 A gorgeous rag rug by Hutton Studios - http://www.huttonstudios.com/ - these rugs are made of cotton and cotton-blend fabrics.
9 Stunning jewelry by Holly Hamilton Jewelry - http://www.hollyhamiltonjewelry.com/index2.php - Holly creates a blend of limited production and one-of-a-kind jewelry using 18 and 22k gold, incorporating South Sea pearls and individually selected unique stones and rarities.
10 Tammy Zeh of Tamberlaine - http://www.tamberlaine.com/index.htm - makes jewelry that reminds her of nature, flowers, ancient art, and oceans.
11 Stephen Zeh - http://www.stephenzeh.com/ - is an extraordinary basket maker. These jewelry designs are hand forged and hand woven in 18k and 22k gold and in sterling and fine silver.
12 This is a collection of exquisite miniature baskets by Stephen Zeh.
13 This is a small collectible Maine potato basket.
14 And these are Stephen Zeh's small collectible fishing creels.
15 A beautiful teapot by Autumn Cipala
16 More pieces by Autumn Cipala
17 Jewelry by Jennifer Nielsen - http://www.jnielsenjewelry.com/ - Her unique designs are made of smooth beach pebbles set in silver or gold.
18 This large square platter is by Jody Johnsone - http://www.jodyjohnstonepottery.com/index.html - Jody became interested in pottery in her early twenties living and working in Japan.
19 One of Jody Johnstone's large lobed serving bowls
20 And a large rectangular platter
21 This is Stephanie Crossman of Gram J's Nets - http://www.mainenetbags.com/index.html - Stephanie makes lovely bags and jewelry with traditional knotted netting, otherwise known as fishnetting.
22 These beautiful hand blown glass pieces are by Tandem Glass Works. - http://www.tandemglass.com/
23 Each of these cups are all one of a kind made up from brightly colored and patterned glass elements.
24 This spectacular pot is by George Pearlman of St. George Pottery. - http://www.stgeorgepottery.com/ This piece is called a Fertility Jar.
25 This twenty-one-inch-tall pot is a Field Jar.
26 This stately piece is a Sprout Jar.
27 A fabulous vase
28 A stunning pitcher
29 A beautiful bottle
30 A great dish
31 And another wonderful vase
32 Ron King Gourd Vessels - http://www.rkinggourds.com/index.htm - are embellished gourd vessels.
33 This gourd is embellished with porcupine quills and pearls.
34 And this one with red beads
35 Turquoise beads and feathers
36 And this gourd has dye and scarring embellishment.
37 Fine brass wire ornamentation
38 Pearl and gold leaf
39 One kind of gourd that Ron King grows for these amazing vessels.
40 And another
41 And another
42 David Pollock of Maggie's Farm makes incredible wooden kitchen implements.
43 I loved these French rolling pins.
44 Ornamentation by Fish in the Garden - http://www.fishinthegarden.net/ - The mission of Fish in the Garden is to create new, unique and creative home and garden accents, such as this school of Blue Koi.