The Artists of Frog Hollow

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Wendy James

Wendy James combines black and white images to create surreal photomontages. Pouring through years of accumulated film and digital images, she looks for ironic opposites, suitably posed figures, or symbolic objects. Taking visual clues where a shape or line might morph easily, she combines...Watch now »

04/29/2013
Norton Latourelle

Norton is a self-taught artist, who has successfully sold his whimsical animal sculptures for over 20 years. In the 1970s, he moved near a wildlife refuge, where he spent much time walking and birdwatching. Out of this grew a need to surround himself with birds and animals of the area....Watch now »

04/29/2013
Mark Schwabe

Mark Eliot Schwabe, SteamSmith, lives and works in a world that challenges description and defies understanding by peoples of the 21st century. It is a world in which creative people work with their hands and their heads; it is a world in which machines and industries are built with parts...Watch now »

04/29/2013
Mark Dabelstein

Mark has been creating art for as long as he can remember, from painting as a youth to photography in college on to woodworking as an adult. Mark learned traditional and non-traditional methods of creating furniture and folk art as an apprentice to cowboy furniture maker L.D. Burke III and...Watch now »

04/29/2013
Steve Bronstein

Although Steven Bronstein earned his degree in biology, he began nurturing his artistic abilities when he moved to Vermont. Completely self-taught, Steven's work has evolved through several stages of design, from traditional to his present modern sculptural pieces.

"The...Watch now »

04/29/2013
Susan Raber-Bray

Susan Raber Bray, born in New York and living in Vermont since the early 70s, works in several media, including clay, pastel, oils and fiber. After earning her BA and continuing her studies in the U.S. and Canada, Susan entered a two-year apprenticeship with Mirko Orlandini, a master Italian...Watch now »

05/31/2012
Victoria Blewer

Victoria’s original black-and-white photographs are the basis for her luminous images. Each print is then meticulously hand-colored using a tinting technique that gives each image a mystical quality.
Hand-coloring photographs is a delicate and time-honored technique used by photographers...Watch now »

05/31/2012
Photo Essay: Sarah Ashe, Light-Sculptor

Sarah Ashe has had her hand in a number of mediums, including fiber arts, painting and drawing. She started making light sculptures after a workshop on making Nougouchi Akari lights. While intrigued by the creation of form through mold building, she found she needed a more immediate way to...Watch now »

Photo Essay: Tom Dunne, Woodworker

Tom is primarily self-taught in his age-old craft, and has been wood turning for over 20 years. He enjoys working full time creating functional, one-of-a-kind, artistic and collectible pieces, hand turned on a lathe. Tom uses mostly found or recycled wood whenever possible. He specializes in...Watch now »

Aaron Stein

"Automobilia" may evoke very different reactions in different people, but for sculptor Aaron Stein, it means art. Old license plates, photos of cars used as planters, a shadow box with a police cruiser and a doughnut- whichever of his automobile-themed pieces one looks at, Aaron Stein's...Watch now »