Makers Market 2012 at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Recently I went to the Makers Market exhibit at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, sponsored by Connecticut Cottages & Gardens. I have selected the artisans that were my favorite to share with you. I hope you enjoy seeing these beautiful and creative pieces of artwork and furniture. if you are inspired by made in America, these are the artists for you!

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With an enviable dexterity, Luminary Warren Muller creates fantastic lighting sculptures from found, recycled, and salvaged objects.

Eric Bonnin Ceramics

All Eric Bonnin Ceramics are handmade in New York City’s garment district using traditional techniques including wheel-turning and hand-building to produce functional and decorative pieces as well as a jewelry collection.

Frances Palmer Pottery

Handmade porcelain ceramics that are functional art – dishware or vases that can be used on a daily basis.

Michael Daniel Metal

Swivel Tractor Seat Bar Stools.  Recycled tractor seats.  Steel bases with adjustable swivel seats.

Ten Willow Studio

Some 1300 blue glass forms modeled on high-speed photographs of water droplets are suspended from the ceiling on 365 cables in groups of 3’s and 4’s.

I never tire of looking at beautiful one of a kind, handmade pieces. They add the depth and character to a space, that makes the room unique. For more inspiration on one of a kind interiors, check out our gallery; like always, “it’s all in the details”.

Related Sites:

Connecticut Cottages & Gardens

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

Bahdeebahdu

Eric Bonnin Ceramics

Frances Palmer Pottery

Michael Daniel Metal

Ten Willow Studio


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