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Bovano of Cheshire
By the Bay has proudly featured the copper enamel pieces of Bovano since 1995. Over time, they have become an integral part of our gallery and one of our most popular crafts. We have many customers who travel to Morro Bay regularly just to add to their
Abelman Art Glass: Stuart Abelman
Vases, bowls, perfume bottles and lamps are elegantly presented in a style reminiscent of Tiffany. Also reknown for skillfully crafted sculpture, frogs, clowns and bears are only a few of the unique characters created at Abelman Studio.
Correia Art Glass: Algerine Correia
Cameo style vases, bowls, paperweights and perfume bottles. All pieces are individually handmade with elegant desgns skillfully garnet-etched into the suface of the glass.
Gartner Blade Art Glass: Stephen Gartner and Danielle Blade
Natural elements such as bone, antlers, vines, fossils and rock formations have inspired the signature designs of Steve Gartner and Danielle Blade. Vases, covered vessels, bowls and sculptural amulets are among the most popular.
Glass Dancing Studios: Michelle Kaptur
Michelle Kaptur's clean and alluring colors seemingly dance their way through vases, bowls, and other interesting designs. Expressly creative and remarkably talented, her glass creations are always a unique treasure.
Harrie Art Glass: Paul Harrie
Paperweights, perfume bottles, and vases of comtemporary design using bright clean colors. Pieces are hand blown, then cut and polished with considerable skill and attention to detail.
Lindsay Art Glass: David Lindsay
Uniquely designed vases and bowls with emphasis on environmental expression. All pieces are individually hand made. Some are etched with exacting detail.
Little River Hot Glass: Michael Trimpol & Monique LaJeunesse
Of the many media and processes which can be used to create, I have always been attracted by glass and its potential. Michael Trimpol uses traditional methods to create forms with a harmony of proportion, accented with eye-catching color.
Lotton Art Glass: Scott Bayless
Crystal encased cala lily perfume bottles, vases and paperweights. Presented in a variety of beautiful colors, Scott's elegant cala lilies are three dimensional and amazingly realistically in design.
Lotton Art Glass: Daniel Lotton
Colored glass is layered and tooled to form flowers, leaves and other select designs. Daniel Lotton's exclusive color formulas are inherently a part of his exquisitely crafted vases, platters, lamps and paperweights.
Lotton Art Glass: Charles Lotton
Color has always been at the forefront of Charles Lotton's success. Brilliant red, iridescent blue, delicate pink, and verdant green, are select color hues created for incorporation into his signature "multi flora" and other prominent designs.
Lotton Glass Designs: David Lotton
Vibrantly colored flowers and leaves suspended in clear glass form the core of David Lotton's reflective designs. Rich sunset colors support an organic theme, while freeform creations shimmer with deep iridescent colors.
A premier art glass manufacturing company. Producing some of the finest art glass of our times for over 30 years.
Tiny pieces of colored glass are skillfully shaped and layered into floral gardens, underwater scenes and abstract designs. Daniel Salazar's expertise is clearly apparent in his creation of paperweights, perfume bottles and vases.
Mayauel Ward Art Glass: Mayauel Ward
Highly regarded for his attention to fine detail, Mayauel Ward creates vases, perfume bottles and paperweights of layered glass fashioned into delicate flowers and realistic underwater scenes.
Nielander Glass: Joseph Nielander
Clean vivid colors and layering effects are encased in clear glass to create interpretive sculptural designs. Water color vases capture patterns inside layers of clear glass emitting the brilliance and beauty of illuminations on water.
Prescient Studios: Jeffrey P'an
Specializing in fusing and blowing glass mosaic into vessels and forms, Jeffrey P'an hand makes all of the tiles, murrines, canes and other elements of these designs. Clean vibrant colors are used in the creation of his exquisite vases and platters.
Classic, yet contemporary lamp worked glass marbles and paperweights. Especially intriguing are the faceted spheres with polished windows that literally entice the viewer in.
Heartwood Creations: Mike Fisher
Heirloom quality jewelry boxes, handcrafted using quality domestic and exotic hardwoods, organize and beautifully display your jewelry collection.
Hudson River Inlay: Jeff Nelson
Individually cut pieces of fine hardwood veneers compose pictures and designs of elegant beauty. The mirrors and pictures created at Hudson River Inlay are among the finest in the world.
Plywood Sculpture: Robert Hargrave
Laminated wood mirrors emerge from numerous layers of Birch, Fir, Lauan, and other select woods that are joined together to form thick pieces of plywood. Shaped and contoured, dark glue lines serve to accentuate the individual laminations.
Michael Chang Designs: Michael Chang
Custom Diamond and Gemstone Jewelry in 14k and 18k gold or platinum. Often using rare and unique gemstones in his settings, Michael Chang creates jewelry of exceptional beauty.
Patrick Murphy Designs: Patrick Murphy
Fine contemporary jewelry by one of America's top jewelry designers, Patrick Murphy. Nearly all of Patrick's work is hand fabricated including lapidary, since it is difficult to find cutters who are able to produce the shapes and sizes that he requires.
The Steven Douglas Company: Steven Douglas
Finely detailed mermaids, dolphins, frogs, and other figurative jewelry designs are sculpted into little works of wearable art. Created in 14k gold or Sterling Silver~14k gold combination, many are accented with pearls, diamonds, or other fine gemstones.
Peter James Studio
Peter James jewelry is made in California. All of the designs are original, fabricated from sterling silver and gold filled. Every piece is cut, shaped and textured to form the variety of innovative designs that Peter James Designs is recognized for.
Santa Fe Stoneworks: Santa Fe Stoneworks
Fine quality collector's knives, featuring Kershaw, Spyderco, Camillus and others with stone inlayed handles by the highly skilled artisans of Santa Fe Stoneworks.
Shawn Tsai Art Glass
For Shawn Tsai, lampworking started as a hobby. With heat and imagination, he expertly transforms glass rods into wonderous creatures of nature. Shawn's composition and craftsmanship illustrate some of the best examples in lampworking today.
Shawn Messenger Art Glass
Inspired by flowers and gardens of vibrant colors Shawn Messenger individually designs each 3-dimensional landscape vessel or paperweight. Each piece is handblown, using colored glass powders & chips to produce a painterly effect.
Soul Glass: Michael Hopko
The hand-blown glass octopus sculptures, game fish and turtles from Soul Glass capture the motion and color of nature's creatures. An avid fisherman since the age of three, Michael Hopko's passion for fishing led him to create a line of glass fish.
C & H Glassworks
Blown Glass pumpkins and gourds. Categorically, some of the finest pumpkins created in glass today are from the combined talents of Corey Silverman and Horace Marlowe.
Quantum Creative Glass: Scott Bisson
Scott Bisson specializes in borosilicate flame-work sculpures. His diverse assortment of imaginative sea creatures, frogs, snakes and other reptiles translate his love of nature into whimsical representations.
Stanton Color: Gary Malamed
Stanton Color is a prime source for exceptional loose color stones and beautiful finished jewelry. Using only gemstones selected for fine quality cuts and extraordinary color Stanton offers an extensive line of jewelry created in 14kt and 18kt gold.
Incorporating beauty with function, these heirloom quality jewelry boxes are handcrafted using quality domestic and exotic hardwoods.
“Our philosophy is to craft our jewelry using the finest materials available, with innovation, and a strong connection to traditional fabrication, while maintaining an emphasis on design.” --- Judith Cook
Fine jewelry in sterling silver. Reflecting her early training in dance and gymnastics, the original designs by Betsy Frost express the artist's attraction to shape and movement.
Romeo Glass: Minh Martin
Seeking to create blown glass of beauty and functionality, Minh Martin integrates precious metals such as silver and titanium into the formation of his elegant pieces. Minh believes that art/craft is the antidote to the ‘throw-away’ culture.
J & I Jewelry: Ian Gibson
J & I Jewelry, designed by Ian Gibson, is hand fabricated in a small Philadelphia studio. There, original designs are created from sterling silver and 14k gold filled metals, and often feature gemstones and pearls.
Karen Neely paintings are beautifully detailed works of art. Each one is an original acrylic inspired by majestic oceans and the splendor of nature.
Lamp worked marbles and paperweights by Karen Federici. Karen's signature Oaxacan marble patterns are based on the artwork and designs created by the people of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Beautifully detailed paperweights, representative of the floral bouquet weights created by some of the most highly skilled artists during the antique classic period of the 1840's.
Zetamari: Angie Heinrich
Inspired by the symmetry of Moroccan art and architecture, Angie works with colorful glass tiles and beads to create beautifully detailed hand-crafted mosaic mirrors and jewelry boxes.
Ira Burhans: Clay and Paper
Fully functional pottery highlighted with aesthetic curves and textures. All glazes are lead free and food safe.
One Acre Ceramics: Sarah & Thomas Gelsanliter
Luminous glazes and intricate designs showcased in ceramic stoneware covered vessels. Handcrafted to be both beautiful and functional, the glazes and clay are lead free and food safe.
Inspired by his love of the ocean, Jeremy Sinkus uses borosilicate glass to sculpt a variety of sea life creations into delicate works of art.
Mar of Santa Barbara: Greg Geyer
Sophisticated jewelry designs with a contemporary flare by Mar Marcotte and Greg Geyer. Made from Sterling Silver, Gold Filled and Nu-Gold, many of their beautiful pieces are accented with sea glass and pearls. Handcrafted in Santa Barbara, CA
Dirty Dog Pottery: Hil-Dee Bates
Artistically beautiful pottery that's functional for everyday use. Hil-Dee believes that until someone uses the object that was created, the process doesn’t seem complete. All glazes used are lead free and food safe.
Gibbons Glass: John Gibbons
Inspired by his deep love of the Pacific Ocean, John Gibbons has created an exquisite line of sea creatures. Sculptural lines capture a graceful flowing movement, while the clever use of frit and millefiori display depth and texture.