Kathleen Horton

When I first began using a sewing machine to make clothes for my dolls, my mother wouldn’t let me use the foot pedal—I had to advance the needle by using the hand wheel. She was afraid I would sew up my fingers (which I did manage to do about 40 years later). Once I...

Susan Williams

I lived in Connecticut and central New York, and for two years in Lyon, France, before settling in Saratoga Springs with my husband in 2013. After earning a BFA at the College of New Rochelle, I created and studied acrylics and watercolors while raising our family....

Martha Starke

Martha Starke, a pressed flower and paper artist from Saratoga Springs, NY, creates one-of-a-kind framed art and note cards from handmade paper and whimsical “Petal People” made from pressed flower petals, ferns and leaves. “My father gasped when I...

Debra Ann Nielsen-Salat

I am a hand embroidery artist. I have been doing embroidery almost my entire life as I learned as a child at my grandmother’s side. I love to use two strands of embroidery thread and my hands to express myself in color and texture. I love to make what I call my...

Barbara Hageman Sarvis

I am a retired art educator and spent the last 35 years living and working in Florida.  I was raised in Bergen County NJ, and attended the School of Visual Arts in NYC, Ramapo College in NJ and the University of North Florida. After taking care of my aging mother for...
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