Art glass can be created a multitude of shapes and can incorporate color through a wide range of techniques. Hand-made items that can include the use of moulds for shaping, ribbing, and spiking to produce decorative bubbles.
ART GLASS ARTISANS
Libby Kirk - Fused glass, Jeanne Bosko - Glass
Unique Firing Techniques. Custom Glazes and Shapes.
As ceramic artists, each of us utilizes different clay bodies, glaze applications, and firing techniques. Some of the pieces available are hand built, stamped, and molded to create items like dishes, wall hangings, decorative and functional dishes, and sculpture. Our other ceramicists work at the potter’s wheel, and throw bowls, vases, plates, mugs, and dishes. Much of the work we create is high fired in a gas kiln, leaving a finish that is food-safe and can be put the oven, dishwasher, and microwave. We also have artists that specialize in aesthetic pieces, and practice Raku firing, which is a Japanese firing technique that produces a unique and unpredictable blackened, metallic, or crackled finish. While our techniques vary, we each find beauty in the ability to transform clay into beautiful works of art.
Carol Adams - Pottery, Maggie Bolt - Ceramics, Martha Hensel - Pottery, Camille S. Hoffman - Raku/pit fired ceramics, Marianne Jacobs - Pottery, Jane Kelly - Mosaics, Alexis Shapiro - Pottery, Randy Snyder - Raku pottery, Alan Winer - Porcelain
One of a Kind, Made by Hand
Art that is created using natural or synthetic fibers or techniques that are traditionally thought of as relating to fiber, such as sewing or weaving.
FIBER ARTS ARTISANS
Bodega Pastures - Yarn, Hides, Pillows, Comforters, Martha Cant - Spinner/weaver, Janice Caspary - Baby bonnets, Carol Culp - Felted Hats, Cheryl Debejare - Doll clothes, Judy Fisher - Weaver, Bill Jackson - Weaver Angel Fiorito-Leddy - Footwear, Elaine Larson - Pillowcases, Edie Nelson - Edie’s Inspirations Hand Knit Originals, Dina Powers - Knitted items, Drin Welker - Felted hats & Quilted vests
Uniquely Beautiful Pieces, Made by Hand
Our jewelry artisans use a variety of techniques and materials to ensure you are getting a highly crafted unique piece of jewelry to wear or give as a gift.
Jessie Howes - Traditional metal working techniques, Deborah Jacobsen - Bead jewelry, Judy Pagnusat - Mixed medium jewelry, Christine Paschal - Sanddollar jewelry, Laura Zatt - jewelry
Our photographers work in a variety of mediums and subject matters. Their work has been on exhibit in Art Centers and Museums. You can purchase their work displayed on wood, glass, aluminum, with archival mats, wood or metal frames.
The Artisans' Co-op Gallery features a surprising and wide variety of dedicated painters. Their work represents the full range of painting mediums, techniques, subjects and styles. Gallery visitors will find classic to experimental to whimsical watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel, colored pencil. ink and collage paintings. Whether you are seeking framed or matted art, or prints and note cards, they await your visit to the Gallery or at each painter's website !
Carol Covey - Watercolor, Annie Murphy Springer - Watercolor, Carolyn Jarvis - Oil on canvas, Christine McNamara - Watercolor/collage, Liz Stafford - Painter, Sam Sirdofsky - rocks & canvas paintings.
The art of carving, modeling, welding, or otherwise producing figurative or abstract works of art in three dimensions, as in relief, intaglio, or in the round.
Mike Laflin - Sculptures, Faith Tyler - Found Wood Assemblage
PRINTS, JOURNALS, CARDS
Unique handmade cards, Illustrated prints, Books
Our artisans use a variety of techniques and materials in creating a one-of-a-kind cards to send. We have a unique selection of illustrated prints and a variety of books.
Bodega Land Trust - Potluck Cookbook, Benedicta Jacobs - Photo cards, Christine McNamara - Watercolor cards, Francesca Scalpi - Photo cards, Viki Stockette - Quilled paper cards
Driftwood panels, Wooden vessels, Birdhouses, Sculptures
Mary Laures -Birdhouses, Jerry Pagnusat - Wooden Boxes, Jeff Sposato - WoodTurner