Why an artist turns from creating functional pottery to sculpture.
Fabric artist Cheryl Z. Miller composes lush landscapes and rich still lifes with a sewing machine and a vast supply of natural fabric swatches.
Touch is welcome at this League of NH Craftsmen exhibit. It also happens to be an excellent place to pick up a unique holiday gift.
Adele Sanborn of Boscawen creates 3D pieces of art that incorporate an inspirational message.
It took 20 years for Furniture Master Brian Sargent to perfect the curvilinear design of his work "X and Why."
Smoke and extreme heat help create the unique look of Wendy Jackson's wood-fired pottery.
Artisan Barbara Boxer of Eaton Center crafts animal sculptures that can be played like whistles with the three- or four-finger holes on their bodies.
Nano-technology allows Michela Verani of Londonderry to hand-sculpt metals.
Self-proclaimed mountain man, George Morrison of Mason, creates historic firearms with a forge and anvil.
Old school techniques with modern materials