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
Manchester's Nurit Niskala trained as an architect, started a successful fashion line in Israel and now creates affordable wearable art.
NH artisan Brita Ek finds inspiration for her embroidery in the bright, nature-filled designs of traditional Swedish folk art.
Jeweler Tanya Cherepova's style varies from delicate flowers to geometric combinations to abstract curvilinear shapes.
Marie Wiggins of Sunapee Harbor creates functional stitched items, including handbags.