Jim Toia

by Elizabeth Johnson “I decided to work exclusively with nature some time ago,” Jim Toia says. “Why mimic it? I enlist and employ its process.”

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Peter Cree

by Matthew Crain Peter Cree is a master woodcarver, master furniture maker, master antiques restorer and refinisher. People the world over know him for his

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Josephine Coniglio

by Elizabeth Johnson Two seconds after Josephine Coniglio and I met, we discovered that we had lived within blocks of each other in San Francisco.

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Bruce Wall

by Elizabeth Johnson Bruce Wall’s garage roof got damaged in a recent storm and he’s considering turning the space into an auxiliary studio. He has

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Scott Sherk

           by Matthew Crain Maybe it’s old age. Maybe I’m going deaf. But these days each hornhonk, or hammerwhack, or Harleyrev, even

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