Donald Gesaman – Handmade Jewelry
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Donald Gesaman – Handmade Jewelry

Business Name: Creations by Two Tears How would you describe your art? One-of-a-kind, self-taught with a lot of Native American friends, with my own one-of-a-kind flavors. Can be a combination of Navajo Zuni, Hopi overlay. I’m of Native American descent – a Pennsylvania tribe, Susquehanna or Susquehannock. Name some artists that inspire you and why….

Anthony Contini – Mixed Media & Photography
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Anthony Contini – Mixed Media & Photography

How would you describe your art? I would say my photography is largely compiled of images that produce a sense of beauty and calmness. In such a fast paced society I have learned to take things slow and process my surroundings and wait for the correct lighting, pose, object, or etc. to present itself to…

Ed Steffek
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Ed Steffek

How would you describe your art? Contemporary Name some artists that inspire you. N.C. Wyeth and Frank Frazetta What are you favorite materials/mediums to work with? Currently working in oil. When did you start making art and why? 1996 – started to see things differently. What is the most influential piece of art you have…

Connie Wahl – Handmade Lampwork Beads and Gifts
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Connie Wahl – Handmade Lampwork Beads and Gifts

Name of Business: Connie’s Design Works How would you describe your art? Utilizing a propane and oxygen torch, glass rods are melted, shaped and designed then annealed in a kiln. The glass I use is a 104COE and includes Moretti, Effetre, Vetrofond and Lauscha. The jewelry and gift items that are made with these beads…

Steve Shonk – Photography & Watercolor Painting
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Steve Shonk – Photography & Watercolor Painting

How would you describe your art? (painting) – watercolor on paper (mostly); 35mm & digital photography; subject matter – varied. What are your favorite materials/mediums to work with? Photography – it’s basically instant gratification; most of it can be used as artistic subject matter (unless taken solely for reference or other purposes), while not all…

Michelle Wittensoldner – Photography
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Michelle Wittensoldner – Photography

How would you describe your photography? I love to photograph just about anything. Nature, landscapes, barns! Animals, old cars, and portraits in the studio. I like to capture the emotion of people and animals in my work. What inspires you to create? What I see inspires me to create. Nature is beautiful. People are beautiful…