In Part 2 of our photo article series, we present artists profiled on The Arts Business Institute blog, with links to their stories. Enjoy!
Artist Amy Flynn with her fun line of “Fobots” assembled from junk and antique parts.
Potter Charan Sachar adds detail to one of his very collectible ceramic pieces.
Glass artist Chris Mosey in his studio, creating amazing one-of-a-kind sculptural work.
Fiber artist Elynn Bernstein creates very large patterns for felted garments, which will shrink up to 50% during the handmade process.
Jewelry artist Stephanie Ritchie is ready to attack her next project in the studio.
Fine artist Lisa Jaworski gets some plein air painting in on a beautiful day.
Woodturner Nick Rosato poses in his studio with a work in progress.
Fiber artist Susan Lenz uses an unusual technique she developed to create her art. She frames her latest piece in the studio.
North Carolina basketmaker Matt Tommey uses natural materials in his handmade collection of one-of-a-kind pieces.
Bookbinder Mary Carol Koester selects material for one of her handmade albums.
Kristen Bangs of Spunky Fluff hand cuts a wooden sign in her studio.
Silk painter Kavita Singh works on a detailed design for a garment in her studio.
Artist Joe Diemer at work in his studio. He makes amazing birdcages and other metalwork.