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Margaret Dorfman – Oakland, California
Margaret Dorfman designs Turning Leaf Handmade vegetable parchment bowls and cuffs.These are handmade from fresh fruit & vegetables that are cured, pressed, aged, & dried into translucent, parchment-like sheets.
At-choo – Los Angeles, California
Once upon a time, in a land where the summers smelled like tomatoes and caterpillars came out of their sleeping bags to become monarch butterflies, Elaine Seamans, the creator of At-Choo, sprouted.
Nature mystified her, animals gave her comfort and creating made her feel alive. But, alas, what to do for a living? Her dream was to do everything she loved and so she did. Although in varying amounts and not all at the same time. She became an elf of the arts & crafts variety.
With a couple of degrees in design in hand, Elaine created At-Choo.One of the goals of At-Choo is to inspire hope, love and all good things that make us feel better. Including laughter.
Pascale Judet – Vashon Island, Washington
Pascale Judet was born in France in 1946, and presently lives on Vashon Island in Puget Sound. She graduated from the Sorbonne in 1968, and continued her studies in philosophy at the University of California at Berkeley. She turned to art in the early seventies. Her work in other media (book binding and design, and mixed media constructions) has been shown at the San Francisco Museum of Art, and Mills College in Oakland California, among other venues. Her work was in a two person show at the Davidson Galleries in Seattle in August 1991, and in a one person show at Vashon Allied Arts in November of that year. Since 1994, she has participated in invitational shows at the Alianza Gallery in Boston at the Nancy Margolis Gallery in Portland, Maine
Perry Holbrook – Asheville, North Carolina
Handmade in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, these little boxes are both art and function.Self-taught in woodworking, metal-smithing, and glass, the craftsman, Perry Holbrook, uses his talents to blend those materials into a small piece of art that is truly unique.Educated as an engineer, after being “downsized” for the last time, Perry has been a full-time studio craftsman since 2002.Whether hand-carved out of a single piece of maple, welded together out of steel, turned on a lathe, assembled using traditional wood joints, or formed copper, Perry also makes a colorful glass tile, with a formed air bubble, to serve as the box top, blending the design together.Collected by many, these little treasures are designed to hold your special possessions.