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    Moriah Okun

    Sep 11, 2018
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    Moriah Okun’s background in architecture and her love of working with simple, natural materials lead her to explore a craft technique that ultimately became her primary form of expression. After taking a workshop with Doug Johnston at the Haystack School of Craft in Maine, Moriah felt inspired by the coiled basket technique that she learned. Drawing on her experience in architecture, Moriah found the technique of using a two dimensional line to build a three dimensional form intriguing and began to expand on her exploration of the medium.

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    Lindsey Schneider

    Sep 11, 2018
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    A skilled writer, photographer and potter, Lindsey Schneider pours all of her creative energy into everything that she does. Using her knowledge of many artistic mediums, Lindsey’s pottery reflects her depth of interest in exploring simple, yet bold shapes with lots of texture.

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    Jannalyn Bailey

    Sep 10, 2018
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    Jannalyn’s work is truly a product of who she is. Her deep background in painting has informed her work in such a unique and refreshing way—shapes only seen in paintings come alive in true, usable forms. Her love of color, depth and texture are reflected throughout everything she makes and her fun personality and willingness to experiment is the reason she has been able to bring these wonderful forms to life.

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    Heather Van Winckle

    Sep 10, 2018
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    Heather Van Winckle has used her background in fine art and sculpture to explore function and minimalsim as a guiding design focus in her own line of handmade leather bags. Her inspiration comes from putting the individual first—creating bags that perform necessary functions while complimenting any style. Heather’s practical and minimalist sensibility reflects beautifully in her work. Her close attention to quality and detail results in timeless pieces that will stay with you for years to come.

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    Amelia Davis

    Sep 10, 2018
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    Growing up in rural Vermont, Amelia Davis has always felt a close connection with the environment. Today, living and working in Tacoma, WA, Amelia still holds close ties with her natural surroundings, sourcing local clay to craft beautiful pottery to be used and cherished. With a background in environmental studies and a life-long love of craft, Amelia has formed her own place that pairs pottery with environmentalism.

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    Timothy Binder

    Aug 21, 2018
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    As a child growing up in the suburban Chicago town of La Grange, woodworker and toymaker Timothy Binder loved the time he spent outdoors in nature. These outings became the source of valuable memories and inspiration, but even at the time they served to inspire Timothy to carve toys and other objects to fuel his own adventures and spur on his childhood creativity.

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    Heather McCalla

    Aug 20, 2018
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    Though she originally intended to become an architect, Heather discovered woodworking through taking courses in her college’s crafts department. Inspired by the more direct and tangible creative process woodworking offered, she refocused her energy and skills, training in traditional joinery and furniture construction before expanding to more experimental sculptural work. It wasn’t until graduate school at the University of Wisconsin that another shift took place and Heather became drawn to ceramics, and slipcasting in particular.

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    Heidi Wiitanen

    May 14, 2018
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    Heidi formed a deep connection to her childhood home in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and her Finnish-American family heritage from a young age, and when her mother taught Heidi to sew as a child, it meant these family connections would be forever interwoven with her creative pursuits. Even as Heidi studied science in college and later began work as a laboratory scientist, her passion for the arts never dimmed. A few years later, Heidi decided to study fiber and fashion design at Finlandia University’s International School of Art and Design, where her program’s affiliation with Finland’s Kuopio Academy enabled her to explore her connection to Finnish design’s philosophy and aesthetic.

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    Maria Ma

    May 10, 2018
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    Born in Warsaw, Poland, Maria learned to weave from her grandmother, herself a textile worker. When Maria moved to the United States soon after, she brought with her those fledgling creative interests. Eventually, Maria would go on to study at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where she became interested in three-dimensional work such as metalworking and fabric sculpture. After graduation, Maria moved to China, where she participated in art exhibitions in mixed media, textiles and experimental theater.

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    Dorene Reggiani

    May 4, 2018
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    Growing up in small town New Jersey, Dorene’s creativity stemmed to a large part from her natural surroundings. An avid gardener at an early age, Dorene enjoyed the connection she felt working with the earth and her plants. It wasn’t long before this same inspiration led her to other creative outlets as well. In high school, she was drawn to enroll in ceramics classes after school, and even if it wasn’t her primary academic focus, Dorene continued to pursue her passion for the arts throughout college.

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