Artist Profile: Sarah Hess

Sarah Hess is a Rhode Island based artist and art educator and self proclaimed “multi-crafter” with a passion for several different craft mediums, including jewelry design, block printing, handmade paper, ceramic pottery, and botanical illustration. But no matter the medium Sarah draws inspiration from the forms, color and textures found in the natural world.  Sarah […]

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Artist Profile: John Young

Photography by John Young

Though it’s always been of great interest to me, it wasn’t until 2006 when, spurred by the purchase of my first digital camera with capabilities beyond point and shoot, that I took up photography in earnest. I had always found that whenever I was taking pictures I spent more time than most trying to visualize, […]

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Artist Profile: Mary Beth Dugan

I am Mary Beth Dugan artist of Mermaid Tears By MB. I am a mermaid at heart and love the ocean and finding Sea glass! So a few years ago I started making my artwork as gifts for a few special friends and it just took off from there. I hand make all my figurines […]

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Artist Profile: Maria Prus

I have been blowing glass since 2005 and have a passion for great design. I am driven to create impactful pieces that enhance people’s lives. For more information: mprus.strikingly.com facebook instagram email Sampling of works available:

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Artist Profile: Nigel Howe

The craft of woodturning started out as a small hobby for me, but it is now a staunch part of my life. It gives me creative outlet, and I am lucky to be able to channel my visions into reality. For more information: facebook | email

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Artist Profile: John Gieg

“Gieg is pronounced gig.” Traditional and digital artist described as Gothic Romantic, Steampunk Surreal and…  John is a fine artist, graphic designer, digital and traditional media illustrator. For more information: website | email

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Artist Profile: Rose Esson-Dawson

My current body of work embraces the dreams and nightmares of old. Things that go bump, and bump hard in the night have been explored in a more playful manor. Daydreams from my childhood have been illustrated using imagery found in sailor’s tales of sea monsters and night terrors. My fondness of Japanese block prints, […]

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