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    • Cultural Nonprofit
    Maine
    Primary Discipline: 
    Humanities - General
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Museums - Other

    A 501(c)(3) nonprofit museum with an educational mission focusing on 19th century rural Maine and New England. 19th Century Willowbrook Village (WB) displays nearly 10,000 artifacts in 25 structures located on approx. 3 acres.

    • Creative Business
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Design - General
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Design Agencies

    42|DF is a full-service design/build studio, supplying museum and corporate exhibits, themed environments and custom creations.

    • Creative Business
    Rhode Island
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - General
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Art Studios

    80 Fountain Street Creative is a beautifully restored brick mill building that is home to more than 60 artists, including sculptors, glass artists, metal artists, painters, digital artists, multi-media artists, 3D Printers, Micro Welders, Jewelry Designers, Photographers, Architects, and mor

    • Artist
    Rhode Island
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Metal
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Custom metal creations for your home, outdoor and more! Specializing in custom sculptures, functional decor and furniture. General welding services also available. 

    • Artist
    Vermont
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Mixed Media
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Alissa Faber is an artisan, designer and educator in Burlington, Vermont. She has a BFA from Alfred University and has worked in glass and ceramic studios throughout Maine, New York, Oregon and Vermont.

    • Artist
    Connecticut
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Sculpture
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Amy Howroyd is a working artist living in New Hartford, Connecticut.  She currently teaches Welding and Metal Fabrication at Bristol Technical Education Center.  When she is not teaching Amy enjoys metal casting, blacksmithing, fabrication, and metal arts.

    • Artist
    Rhode Island
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Glass
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Anchor Bend Glassworks is an unprecedented glass artist collaborative established in 2003.  This award winning team is comprised of childhood friends Michael Richardson, Justin Tarducci, and Timothy Underwood. All met while exploring their shared enthusiasm for art, glass, and creation.

    • Creative Business
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Ceramics
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Schools of the Arts

    After over 25 years of exploration and experimentation, ceramist Sharon Levy of ANCIENT ECHOS ARTS has produced a variety of works incorporating ancient  and modern methods, materials and techniques.

    • Artist
    Rhode Island
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Jewelry
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    Inspired by the sea,

    My jewelry pays homage to the incredible adaptation of fragile organisms. Carved from wax then hand cast in brass, silver, and gold, my work is as strong and mysterious as that which inspires its creation.

    • Artist
    Massachusetts
    Primary Discipline: 
    Visual/Crafts - Sculpture
    Institution/Business Type: 
    Artists (Individual)

    “I am a Boston-based public artist. I often use the human form to engage the public in narratives that are accessible, interactive and inclusive. My goal is to enliven the viewer’s relationship to a sculpture by seeking out unexpected narrative devices.

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