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Due to the delicate and fragile nature of most of these art pieces, we will not be shipping large ceramics or sculptures. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing one of these pieces, or to set up a viewing. 

Tory Jeen Valach

Tory Jeen Valach is a jewelry designer who uses antique & vintage pieces to create her jewelry collections.  Victorian & Art Deco Era pieces are combined with natural gemstones & precious metals to create one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets & earrings.  Tory’s love of history & antiques led her to giving new life, to treasures of of old, through her creations.

Sergio Bustamante

Suzanne Kane

"This land amazes me; despite a harsh climate and severe drought the landscape is filled with weird and wonderful growing things.   My sculptural forms are a reflection on the unusual seeds and structures that endure and survive in this landscape.  The sculptural plants I build are about resilience, persistence, toughness, durability, tenacity and adaptability."

Amanda Jaffe

Amanda Jaffe is a professor emeritus at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, where she taught ceramics from 1985 to 2011. During her tenure her work focused almost exclusively on ceramic tile paintings and murals, but in 2008 she returned to a sculptural format with the body of work, Turbulent Ocean/Serene places.

Michelle Arterburn 

My inspiration for the Industrial Filigree Series is based on the mutual impacts of manufacturing technologies developed during the Second Industrial Revolution (1870-1914), and the simultaneous artistic Arts and Crafts movement that ardently pushed back in response to the negative impacts of automation. During this period, steel fabrication was refined and the invention of the automated loom mass-produced stylized floral Damask (two-sided  fabrics) designs. With deep appreciation for the historical impact of these movements, every piece in the collection is built entirely by hand in porcelain clay. Decorative Damask design elements are overlaid creating multidimentional surface patterns. Lastly, seams and edges are "joined" by facsimiles of metal fasteners, sculptured machine bolt and screw heads complete the union. Each Industrial Filigree piece is unique, methodically built with focused attention to detail, from my hand to yours. 

Catherine Galbadon-Barnes

The inspiration for my work comes from patterns, color and texture that naturally occur in nature.  Growing up in the southwestern desert has also influenced my work with its ancient history and diverse culture.  Incorporating those things that give nature its inherent uniqueness and beauty, with awareness of ancient cultural patterns