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Dinah Lee

Fiber

www.dinahlee.com

Chris & Dinah sketch out designs on paper,cut their own patterns.We hand paint, air-brush or digital print our fabrics.
Silks, cottons and rayon fibers. Shawls,Scarfs,Capes, Jackets,dresses and tops.

 

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Deb Tewell

Fiber

http://www.milkweeddesigns.com

Milkweed creates felted wearables. Felting continues a tradition thousands of years old, but with a modern twist that appeals to fashionistas who appreciate the funky look. Wet-felting is not knitted!

 
 
 
 
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Paulette Ohnstad

Fiber

Poluschka's fabric creations combine textures, colors, trim & accessories into cohesive one-of-a-kind handbag designs. All bags are reinforced for function & durability.

 

 

Anita Baptiste

Fiber

Fiber mixture from animal skin & bird feathers. Final details consist of other animal skins & beads.

 

 

 

Diana Zombola

Glass

Brilliantly colored intricate transparent & opaque glass, frit, stringer, powder, dichroic glass; fused, cold-worked, & slumped. Pieces utilize tapistry, combings, pattern bars, & crackle techniques.

 

 

Paul Counts

Glass

Hand blwon glass with multi-layers of colors, glass cane and murrini layered into the molten glass and blown into forms

 

 

 

Kimberly Reed

Glass

http://glasstreasurebox.com

Completely made from scratch. 3-dimensional work combines hand sandblasting, hand worked metal, hand painting, hand cut bevels, glass & mirror

 

 

Paula Marksbury

Glass

One of a kind, kiln-formed glass w/ 3-4 layers of 100's of hand cut pieces of Iridized and dichroic glass. 3- 36 hour firings w/ 4th firing bending shape. Framed w/ fired copper and exotic woods.

 

 

Dana Robbins

Glass

http://www.robbinsranch.com

Furnace glass. Hollow blown and solid sculpted forms. Sculptural, decorative and functional art.

 

 

Anna Carrillo

Glass

http://Www.mountindesigns.com

Incorporates fused glass elements to capture images from the Rocky Mountains