Artists and Makers
Melissa Glorieux: Aster B.
To bring both beauty and meaning to the holidays, Melissa Glorieux heads into the woods.
Cynthia MacCollum: Only Natural
A New Canaan printmaker doesn’t have to go far to find the local flora that inspires her art.
M. Benjamin Herndon: Fade to Black
Don’t be misled by the absence of color. M. Benjamin Herndon’s art is complex, expressive, and deserving of its critical acclaim.
Amy Genser: Micro Becomes Macro
A devastating personal loss changed Amy Genser’s approach to life—and with it, her artistic career.
Wendy Wahl: Paper Trail
For Rhode Island artist Wendy Wahl, obsolete encyclopedias become fodder for a provocative discussion of contemporary knowledge.
Mike Wright: The Wood Whisperer
With a little coaxing, Mike Wright’s salvaged planks and timbers take on a colorful life of their own.
Sculptor Richard Erdman: Cast in Stone
Sculptor Richard Erdman has had a passion for stone since boyhood, and there’s no sign he’ll tire of the medium any time soon.
Chef’s Surprise: Jacques Pepin
Long renowned for his artistry in the kitchen, French chef Jacques Pépin turns his talents to a different medium these days—with equally delightful results.
Lunaform’s Garden Containers
Maine-based Lunaform handcrafts concrete planters, fountains, benches, birdbaths, urns, prayer wheels and garden containers one by one in its coastal studio.
Sparkle and Shine: Joanna Buchanan’s Home Accessories
Joanna Buchanan draws from her colorful personal history to create heirloom-worthy bejeweled home accessories.
Magnificent Obsession: Lynne Kortenhaus
Printmaking, with its emphasis on technical expertise and opportunity for creative expression, is a never-ending source of pleasure for Lynne Kortenhaus.
Paper Trail: Will Holub
Will Holub’s art begins with paper, a medium whose fragility and resilience makes it the perfect vehicle for his meditations on the nature of life.
Controlled Burn: Artist Kathleen Kucka
Connecticut artist Kathleen Kucka’s passion for her art runs hot—literally.