Blog posts of '2020' 'March'

Suzanne Guttman Glass
Suzanne Guttman strives to integrate the environment into her art; finding intrinsic beauty in complex combinations of color and light.
Kathe Fraga Art
Kathe Fraga's gorgeous Chinoiserie-inspired paintings can be found in a number of art galleries here in the Pacific Northwest, as well as in public and private collections all over the US.
Kinzig Design
Susan Kinzig was already established nationally as a well-respected jewelry designer when her sister-in-law, Caryn Kinzig, left a successful investment career to join forces with her and enter the world of lamp design.
Studio 78 Hand Painted Furniture
Studio 78 is known for sophisticated painted furniture with embossed copper accents. Most of the furniture is designed and manufactured by Wendy Grossman and local fine cabinet makers, using the best quality hardwoods. Some pieces have hand forged iron elements.
Deborah Childress of Blind Spot Mirrors
Deborah’s functional art pieces are created in a unique hand-casting process with one-of-a-kind molds based on real botanical objects.
Three Essential Tips to Bathroom Lighting
After working with customers and interior designers for over two decades, we have found three essential tips that address bathroom lighting.
SoLuna Copper Lighting Patina Finishes
SoLuna copper pendants and sconces are offered in five beautiful finishes, or patinas. All of our pure copper lighting is protected with Permalac® protective clear top coat that prevents the copper from darkening in the process of natural oxidation.
Gartner & Blade Glass
Artists Danielle Blade and Stephen Gartner blend their ideas, experiences, and techniques to create original works in blown and sculpted glass.
Copper - the World’s First Super Metal
Copper was first used by man over 10,000 years ago. A copper pendant discovered in what is now northern Iraq has been dated about 8700 B.C. For nearly five millennia copper was the only metal known to man, and thus had all the metal applications.