Byrdcliffe Shop Artists
These items are but a sampling of the many talented local artisans represented in the Byrdcliffe Shop. Please contact us to see more by your favorite artist. The best way to reach us is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bobby Sharp combines the very latest in contemporary glassblowing techniques with the classic forms and proportions of Greek sculpture to make his art. The work satisfies our need for order in a chaotic world, gives new meaning to the tradition of blown glass that is more than the utility object and like works of art can become part of a family inheritance.
Pitcher in Atlantic Grey, 9.5”x6”, $210.00
Wine glass in Atlantic Grey, 4”x3.5”, $72.00
Imagine sharing a glass with a friend from a hand-blown decanter…
Round decanter in cobalt, 8”x5”, $195
Wine glass in cobalt, 4”x3.5”, $72
…or tasting fine whiskey from these “Lady Finger” whiskey glasses in amber, 3”x3.5”, $82.00
Decanter with white cane work, 10”x3.5”, $425.00 (Whiskey not included.)
Andrew Rouse’s handcrafted pinched pots are begging to be touched. Coaxed from a single ball of porcelain, each creation is an expression of the human hand as it naturally forms a cradle around each delicate piece.
Large coiled and pinched bowl in porcelain with crystal blue glaze and black accented rim: 15”x15”x7.25”, $575.00
Pinched tray and small bowl in porcelain with crystal blue glaze.
Tray: 12.5”x3.5”x1”, $92.00
Small bowl: 3”x3”x1”, $45.00
Susan Bogen is heavily influenced by Asian and ancient Islamic ceramics and has studied both Japanese and Chinese brush painting. She uses her pots as canvases, beautifully integrating form and design with intricate studies of plant and animal life.
Purple Iris vase: 5”x5”x7”, $155.00
Bamboo coffee Mugs: 4.5”x3.5”x4”, $60.00 ea.
Amber Bamboo bowl: 8.5”x8.5”x3.5”, $120.00
Ovenproof Iris Pie Plate: 9”x9”x2”, $85.00
Marilyn Price has been a prolific artist and beloved teacher in many media for most of her 90+ years. Her stoneware landscapes blur the distinction between painting and ceramics, exploring subtleties of color and texture. She brings a painter’s eye to all her work, thus blending the two disciplines.
Trio of vases in Turquoise Crackle glaze, Left to right: A, B, C
Bud Vase A: 3.5”x3.5”x3”, $36.00
Vase B: 4.5”x4.5”x6.5”, $75.00
Bud vase C: 2.5”x2.5”x3.5”, $36.00
Berry Bowl Set
in Cool Artichoke glaze
in Rich Cobalt glaze:
Hanging Plaque/Serving Platter: “Hudson Valley Farm”
Kimberly Ota creates small works that are a delight to hold and savor in our daily lives. “In a world overwhelmed by greed, injustice and hurt, ceramics is a vessel through which I can find and share wonder, joy and kindness.”
Rocking vase in black
Porcelain Vase with incised lines
Dundee Rocking Vase
5.25” x 2” x 3.5”
Lesley Reich of Pottery Mountain creates unique porcelain bowls and other vessels with hand-lettered inspirational and often humorous messages, poems, quotes, sayings or your own words of love, wisdom or other heartfelt sentiments.
Mini bowl: “Happiness is a long phone chat with my Mom,” 4.5”x4.5”
Mini bowl: It’s a Marvelous Night for a Moondance
Astrid Nordness is one of the most popular artists in the Byrdcliffe Shop. A contemporary painter and ceramic artist, Astrid loves breaking rules. Strong images transferred to stamps and bold, often outrageous colors enliven her forms.
8oz. mug in burgundy/purple
8oz. mug in lavender/black/yellow
Cheyenne Mallo’s studio is nestled in Olivebridge, NY. She combines her two passions of ceramics and hiking by incorporating topographic maps onto her handmade pottery and tiles.
Cheyenne Mallo and Lora Shelley
Mug with bear handle, Overlook Mtn/Echo Lake, 5.5”x4”x3”
Carol Monteleoni creates miniature representations in wool of creatures who share our ecosystem, custom pet portraits and small tableaux of groups of animals in natural environments.
Felted Timber Wolf 6.5”x1.5”x3.5”
Felted Skunk 4”x1”x4”
Felted Pig 5”x2”x3.5”
Mellita Folk Art, Eco-Friendly-Earth-Friendly 100% Hand made with environmental and human safety in mind.
These whimsical creatures encourage storytelling and spark young imaginations. They range in size from 8” to about 12” in height and can be made to order.
By special order, delivery within one week. Prices range from $45 up, depending on size.
Belinda DeCicco has been working in fiber for more than 40 years. Now living a simple life in Woodstock, she weaves cotton rag rugs and table accessories on a 100-year old loom.
Set of 4 cotton placemats in
shades of purple and rose
Cotton rag rug in vibrant pinks,
yellow and greens
Ron Zukor and Liz Horn’s life-long love of natural objects and stones ignites their creativity and inspires ideas for their timeless designs. Semi-precious and precious stones and other natural objects become the vocabulary of their work.
Ron Zukor and Liz Horn
NYC 1950’s Token Jewelry edged with sterling silver
Hook Earrings $170.00
Pendant on sterling chain or black cord $145.00
Greg Katz builds fine furniture with a high degree of craftsmanship, keeping to principles of regenerative forestry, environmentalism and the importance of the local economy. His eclectic array of spoons are carved by hand with axe and knife from native, foraged hardwoods.
Serving spoon in Ash with carved design, 14”x3”, $68
Mixing spoon in Apple with stained handle, 8”x1.75”, $58
Mixing/serving spoon in Ash with stained handle, 12”x2.75”, $68
Mixing/Serving spoon in Cherry with notched handle, 11”x2.5”, $68
Mixing/serving spoon in Apple with notched handle, 8”x2.5”, $58
Lora Shelley, well known as a prolific painter, has discovered ceramics and loves to collaborate with other ceramic artists. Her sculpted portraits of animals in clay reflect her sense of humor and respect for all creatures without sacrificing realism and craftsmanship.
Rabbit ceramic jewelry holder, 4”x4.5”x4.5”, $105
Goat ceramic jewelry holder, 4”x4.5”x4.5”, $105
Bear ceramic jewelry holder, 4”x4.5”x4.5”, $105
Little Polar Bear dish, 2”x3”x3”, $55
Walking Bear dish, 4.5”x3.5”x1.5”, $85
Hopping Rabbit dish, 7”x3.75”, $85