These vases have a beautiful, unique design, created by a talented designer. Inspiration comes from nature and ordinary things around us. Simple but Elegant, they can be both home furnishing and art pieces. This ceramic art looks as if its … Continue reading →
Andrew Holmberg has been creating unique glass art for the garden since 1997. The glass is designed to be functional and durable, while adding a creative accent to any outdoor space. His glass can be seen in gardens around the … Continue reading →
The Indonesian island of Bali is known worldwide for its arts, including its woodworking and sculpture. The Indonesian culture is what inspired these elegant racks, reminiscent of the gently lapping waves of the Bali shore. This stunning wine rack will … Continue reading →
When you’ve had a “ruff” day, look to these sweet and silly canines to bring a smile to your face. Rover and Rascal are crafted of shredded and woven recycled newspaper, making them not only adorable, but also incredibly eco-friendly.
Handcrafted, abstract, contemporary pieces. Designs are formed from rich metals like copper, bronze, brass, steel, aluminum & chrome & hand finished with unique textures, paints & patinas. The work is strong, striking and surprisingly affordable.
Artist Michael Michaud, designor of the Silver Seasons jewelry collection combines his love of nature and exceptional knowledge of precious metal casting and model making to also create wondeful giftware and tabletop items. Michael’s exquisite use of layering colors of … Continue reading →
Born in Los Angeles and a graduate of California State University at Long Beach, Kathleen Otley spent most of her 42-year art career in Northern California before moving to Whidbey Island, Washington in 2005. Kathleen works in 3D mixed media, … Continue reading →
Winner of the prestigious Good Design Award in 2008Designed to be used for both toilet paper and tissue paper Design helps keep papers dry in a steamy bathroom Buy two and mix and match the top and bottom to create … Continue reading →