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Birger Kaipiainen’s Ceramics.

* Birger Johannes Kaipiainen (1 July 1915 - 18 July 1988) was an Finnish ceramist and designer. He is one of the most well-known ceramic artists in Finland. Kaipiainen graduated from the Central School of Arts and Crafts of Helsinki. After that he went to work for...

Our Maple Tree Farm.

* Dear friends and family, Today I'm excited to share some photos of our new farmhouse with you. We are truly in love with this property. The photos can't capture the magic atmosphere of this place, known as the Wittenberg Farm. Very soon we're going to start building...

Ceramics by Marianna van Ooij.

* Marianne van Ooij is a Brooklyn based product designer who started her career at the Royal Academy of Art in the Netherlands. She graduated with a masters degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and she also holds a masters degree in Social...

Mark Ryden’s Porcelains.

* I'm in love with Mark Ryden's porcelains. These pieces were created in 2012, but I just discovered them recently. It's exciting to see his world in 3-D. Images © Mark Ryden ↓

Still Life Paintings by Helen Simmonds.

* Helen Simmonds is a wonderful artist from the UK. She has been painting full-time since 2001. Her paintings vary in size from small, usually about 8" by 10", to larger works up to 35" by 44". She paints from life using natural light only.  Her original pieces can be...

Illustrations by Giselle Potter.

* Giselle Potter is a wonderful illustrator based in the Hudson Valley, NY. Her work has been published extensibly in children's book and magazines such as the New Yorker. I'm in love with everything that she creates. Some of Potter's original artworks are available...

Art Packs from the Hudson Valley Seed Library.

* Each spring, the Hudson Valley Seed Library commissions artists to create original works of art, which are then used to illustrate their heirloom seed packs. Below you can see some of them.  To enjoy all the designs commissioned from 2008 to the present, you can go...

Improvising Tradition. A Book by Alexandra Ledgerwood.

* One of the things that I enjoy about the farmhouse that we're renting now is the old quilts that our landlord has collected over the years. Looking at them has inspired me to create my own. I recently received a nice book that has everything I need for making...

Beautiful Knit Designs by Kerry Fletcher-Garbisch.

* I was blown away the other day when I discovered  these cheerful knits. They were designed by super talented Kerry Fletcher-Garbisch. If you frame these pieces with a black background (or any other color) they would look like paintings. Kerry's creations would make...

Bronze sculptures by Donald Baechler.

* Donald Baechler is a wonderful artist based in New York. I'm so in love with his cast bronze sculptures. Baechler's work is represented by several galleries in the USA and Europe. I invite you to visit the artist's website to view more of his art. Images © Donald...

Michela Sorrentino’s Paintings.

* Michela Sorrentino is a wonderful artist based in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. She works mostly in oil, cold wax and mixed media. Sorrentino's background both in graphic and textile design have greatly influenced her work. Repeating patterns, typography and...

Beautiful Photographs and Music by Cath Rennie.

* I am blown away by multi-talented Cath Rennie. Cath, who lives in South West, UK, comfortably navigates the world of music, photography, words, and visual arts. Listen to her music below (under the name Cathryn Stone) and here is her  website to enjoy more of her...

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