Christmas 2017
Thank you to everyone who came to our
Studio Show and Sale!

It was spectacular!
Watch for our
Mothers' Day Weekend event!

Ken and Friends

Photo by Ken Koons ©2017


Hand-made Stoneware Pottery
Raku Demonstrations

Jewelry Artists:
Festive Jewelry and Knitted Items
Refreshments and Recipes; Farm Animals

Guest Artists

Kim Marlor: Seaglass
"It all started while I volunteered to help with some killer whale research. 
Lunchtime was spent on the beach so I could keep a watch out for passing whales.  Rubbing my hands on the pebble beach
exposed the wet pieces of seaglass just below the surface.  This 'looking' quickly became a passion that I've enjoyed for over 20 years. 
And when you gather enough pieces of seaglass, you can't help wanting to do "something" with jewelry,
ornaments, wind chimes, and other creations is what I do.  Pieces of glass remind me of the places I've seen and friends I've met.
Most importantly it allows me to be creative with what was once a piece of trash and is now a beautiful smooth piece of beauty."

"And now I am working with "wampum", the purple substance found in New England's quahog (clam) shells.
The Native American along the shores of New England created beads for jewelry and brought them as gifts to neighboring tribes. 
This beautiful shell, at one time known only to the people living along the New Jersey to southern Maine shores,
is now admired and displayed throughout the world.


Kim Jewelry


Kim Ornament

heart necklace round necklace

Jewelry by Kim Marlor

Michele Shepherd: Silver/fabrication
My exploration of the natural constructed world around me has led to fabricating miniature versions,
worn next to the body reflecting the natural rhythms of life.

Kite earrings

Earrings by Michele Shepherd

Korean Folded Posted


Noguchi Inspired

Earrings by Michele Shepherd

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Necklace and Bangle Bracelets by Michele Shepherd

Micul Ann Morse: Holiday Jewelry and Knitted Items
There are so many beautiful Christmas ornaments, I thought there might be other ways to display them.
So I enjoy making necklaces using some of the ornaments I've found. Why should the tree have all the fun?

I also love to knit and always have several projects going,
so I like to make cowls to keep out the winter chill. I have lots of cowls to sell!


Holiday bauble necklace by MiculAnn Morse

Cookie Recipes from December

Domino Sugar 1001 Cookie Starter

Previous Cookbooks

Spring 2017 Cookbook

Mothers' Day 2016 Cookbook

Mothers' Day 2015 Cookbook

December 2015 Cookbook!

Mothers Day 2014 Cookbook


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