Chung-Ah Park

I was born and raised in South Korea and moved to the States to study engineering at the University of California at Berkeley. I moved to Cambridge NY in 1990 and I have been making crafts ever since. I started with sewing simple clothing and then learned to weave....

Barry Targan

In my main career I taught English Literature and Creative Writing at Skidmore College and, for 20 years, at Binghamton University, but I was always also busy painting and working with a variety of materials–wood, wax, enamel, fabric, plaster, metal, glass,...

Virginia McNeice

“Nature and Tradition show me the way.”                                                                                   The tradition of artists from the past, their techniques and very personal interpretations of what they see, have always proved...

Jerry Moppert

I am someone who has found joy in forests and in wood since I was a little boy. Now I am turning bowls from native trees found in my woodlot, which lies on the western ridge overlooking Cambridge. I work from fallen trees or culls in a managed woodlot. Pieces with...

Cheryl Gutmaker

As a child in my small hometown in central New York, I was fascinated with the many stained glass windows that I saw in private homes and churches. I have always been a collector and lover of glass, but in 2004 I became a maker of glass art objects and jewelry....
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