Artist Profile: Debra Moriarty

My work is primarily wheel thrown and hand altered pots. I refer to them as vessels, so they can be enjoyed in any function so desired. My work reflects my philosophy to keep moving and growing – spiritually, physically, emotionally, intellectually and I pray to God that the work gives people joy, happiness and/or a good laugh.

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Artist Profile: Ellen Blomgren

Ceramic Sculptor

My inspiration comes from my love of wildlife and nature. I use the ceramics medium to tell a story. As I mold the clay into the form I’m trying to achieve, a story evolves embellished with texture, color and detail. I hope to stir a feeling that these creatures could come to life and play with you.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
www.EllenBlomgren.com

Working and teaching studio:
www.MudstoneStudios.com

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Artist Profile: Richard Bradley

I’ve always had a fascination, as far back as I remember, with jewelry and all things sparkly. In my teenage years I started collecting vintage costume jewelry and my natural inclination was to explore how and where such beautiful objects were made. From working in design houses that opened in the 1930’s and 40’s I learned many of the old and lost techniques from some of the industries “old timers”. Today I’m a 10+ year veteran jewelry designer who enjoys inspiring others as well as exploring my own creative venues. Please note, my pieces are one of a kind so the items shown on this page may be subject to previous sale.

Richard Bradley
My Pink Planet
Providence RI

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
https://mypinkplanet.wordpress.com/about/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MyPinkPlanet
https://www.facebook.com/My-Pink-Planet-289710424386000/

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