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Angie Heinrich, Zetamari, Artistic Mosaic Artwork-Mirrors

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Angie Heinrich has been creating mosaic art and teaching those techniques since 1998. Angie is inspired by the rhythm and symmetry of Moroccan art and architecture. She studied with masters of the art in Italy and Spain. Her inspiration comes from the magic of the medium. Handmade in the USA Mosaic Square or Rectangular Mirror in French Denim - BUY NOW Mosaic Round Mirror in Brick Red Leaf - BUY NOW Mosaic Round Mirror in Ebony - BUY NOW Mosaic Leaf Mirror in Cobalt - BUY NOW Mosaic Round  Mirror in Aztec Gold 2 - BUY NOW Mosaic Leaf Mirror...

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Tamara Kelly Designs Wearable Art Jewelry

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Tamara Kellys' wearable art jewelry designs capture the spontaneous and organic exploration of her surroundings and are inspired by the shapes, textures, and divergence inherent to the natural world. She strives to create a certain depth of feeling with some forms being literal interpretations, while others are abstract or whimsical. Tamara often uses her dreams as a creative intervention during the design process and either sketch out her ideas or works “free form” to allow the materials and stones to influence the direction of each piece. Handmade in the USA. Click here to visit the entire Tamara Kelly Designs Wearable...

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Abby's Posh Potholders-Trivets

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Abby's handwoven potholders/trivets are inspired by Scottish tartans (the plaids created by the various clans to identify themselves, worn in the form of kilts (for the men, of course) are especially beautiful and interesting. There are hundreds of different tartans, both current and “ancient” as they are referred to sometimes. She has chosen those plaids that inspire her both with patterns and with colors. Abby has reproduced them on a special extra-large potholder loom. Each finished piece measures approximately 8” square. Abby double weaves each potholder (that means going up and down in every space instead of every other space)...

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Gartner Blade, Glass Artists Stephen Gartner and Danielle Blade, American Art Glass

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Business partners since1996, Stephen and Danielle work together combining their ideas and techniques. The results are exquisite works of art including functional lamps, pendant lighting, and vases. The inspiration for their work comes from both primitive and contemporary cultures. Elements in their glass often resemble natural objects like bones, wood, leaves, and vines. Handmade in the USA. OPAL COVERED FOOTED VESSEL IN BLACK AND TURQUOISE$1,900 ARBOR LEAVES IN SAGE SCULPTURESVARIOUS SIZES AND COLORS AVAILABLESELECTIONS ARE ON THE PRODUCT PAGE$250-to-$1,500  OPAL TALL TABLE LAMP IN TANGERINE$1,050 IKEBANA FLOWER BOWLVARIOUS COLORS AND SIZES AVAILABLE ON PRODUCT PAGE$98 - $175 BATIK COVERED SPHERE WITH AVIAN...

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Luna Bella Designer Theresa Costa, Home Accessories with a Contemporary-Vintage Flair

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Industrial Chic with a mechanical elegance and contemporary-vintage flair describes the uniqueness which makes Luna Bella, Inc. an exceptional American company. Designer Teresa Costa has created a highly diverse line that is artful and transcends time and trends for the extraordinary homes. Launching her company Luna Bella, Inc in 1995 Teresa Costa successfully established herself as a designer of an expansive line of lighting, clocks, furniture, and accessories. Luna Bella Designer Collection Lighting and Clocks Yurel Mesh Chandelier Vienna Chandelier Mariposa Table Lamp Modena Sconce   Didier Floor Clock Delfi Table Clock with Pendulum   Annika Floor Lamp Chagall Table...

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