Susan Altenau is creating ceramics in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her pet portraits in clay are wonderful! I fell for the cat because I love lidded vessels, but you should see the Pug dog I pinned to the ArtisansOfAmerica Pinterest board! I hope you use this link to her Etsy shop to see more: SusanAltenauPottery
And take a moment to follow her on Facebook: facebook.com/susanaltenaupottery
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Andy Burde is cultivating plants in Irvine, California for you to grow indoors. Because houseplants are back! Bringing beauty, oxygen, and relaxation into your home. They come in such a wide variety, from ones that need a bit of a attention every day, to those that can be left to themselves for months. Take a look at what he has available by using this link to his Etsy store: houseplantshop
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Years ago, I grew ferns for a large and once famous plant nursery in Capitola, California. They were famous for their begonias and fuchsias, and I managed an acre of ferns out back. I had 'Birds Nest' ferns like the one shown above, that had fronds taller than me! Each new frond can be bigger than the previous one if a source of humidity is nearby. Here is an old photo of the stock ferns I harvested fern spore from to grow new baby ferns.
Deborah Alderman is cutting and polishing awesome stones in Montpelier, Vermont. I like to say that natural cut and polished stones reveal the original abstract artist! This stone is a Ajo Shattuckite Cabochon. You can see all of her other pieces by using this link to her Etsy shop: TheStoneLab
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Bonny Gorsuch is creating mutli-media art in Canon Beach, Oregon. The mixed media art form really enables one to use so many things in such a creative way! You can use this link to her Etsy shop to see much more: MyBonny
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Tim Moen is using his skills to handcraft beautifully handled nets in Cabool, Missouri. I know quite a few fly fishermen and women who would be thrilled to have one of these! I hope you us this link to visit his Etsy Shop to get one: ScenicRiversNets
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Eric Harty is creating with re-purposed metal objects in Andover, Massachusetts. His creatures are so cool! I have to break my rules and post two of them here because I was going to post the second one in time for Halloween and wasn't able to. I sure hope you use the link to visit his Etsy shop: 2ndChanceMetalArt
And if you'd like to follow him on Facebook, here is a link to his page: facebook.com/2nd-Chance-Metal-Art
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Christine is using handmade paper to make unique items in Denver, Colorado. From seed embedded gift labels, to beautiful paper flowers, she has a lot of offer you by using this link to her Etsy store: PaperSprouts Or this link to her website: papersprouts.com
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