ClayFetish

Takomaartery/ July 19, 2024/

I dabble in quite a few different mediums but clay is my favorite! I learned the basics of ceramics in my late twenties from my mother and father, both accomplished potters. Later I expanded my techniques by studying at Penland and Arrowmont Craft Schools. My ceramic techniques include hand building, slab construction, carving, and pit firing using combinations of stoneware,

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wingdesirearts

Takomaartery/ June 13, 2024/

I am a Maryland born multi-media artist primarily working in gouache and markers. I love doing anything related to art and making things, whether it be sewing, painting, sculpting, veganic farming, making jewelry or knitting. My work is primarily 2-d, though I’d love to branch into 3-D artwork. I love sustainability and using creative ways to deal with waste/recycled material,

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Magalee Marin Cirpili

Takomaartery/ June 13, 2024/

Art started as a way for me to become more in touch with my spiritual center and I’ve been so grateful for the opportunity to develop it. The five quiet years I’ve lived in Takoma Park has allowed me to slow down long enough to discover my style, my medium, and my voice. I look forward to celebrating with other

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Adriana Barbieri Elefante

Takomaartery/ June 13, 2024/

With porcelain as my medium, and Takoma Park as my inspiration, I create art at the intersection of whimsy and function. I love the brilliant permanence of glazed ceramics, and enjoy being part of a decorative tradition that is almost as old as humanity, and yet still evolving.

Kate Childs Graham, a.k.a. KCG

Takomaartery/ May 17, 2024/

I walk for miles each day, often along Sligo Creek.   On pathways and sidewalks, in refuge and refuse, I find objects. Plastic objects that remind me of the power of the human body. Metal objects that remind me of the wonder of the great outdoors. Natural objects that remind me of the supernatural.   I collect these objects, and

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Davide Prete

Takomaartery/ November 21, 2022/

Born in Treviso, Italy, Davide was introduced to the art of metalsmithing by his father Alessandro and by the sculptor Toni Benetton. He studied jewelry and metalsmithing at the Institute of Art in Venice. In 2003, he obtained his degree in architecture at IUAV, Venice, Italy.   Davide worked in Italy as an architect for several architectural firms, especially with

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Alice Sims

Takomaartery/ April 6, 2022/

I have been an artist all my life. I have lived in Takoma Park for 32 years and was the first Exhibitions Director for the Community Center art galleries. I was president of Takoma Artists Guild for many years. I started a nonprofit called Art For The People and held classes and organized public art projects. These Community Projects include

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Things from ​Egypt ​and Beyond

Takomaartery/ November 8, 2021/

Things from Egypt and Beyond LLC is not currently offering items for sale. Sales will resume toward the end of 2022.   Things from Egypt and Beyond LLC, operates as a home-based, by appointment business selling an eclectic collection of Egyptian, Middle Eastern, and other international, unique, and functional handicrafts from small workshops and charitable organizations. The collection includes beaded

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