Three Dimensional Art

sculpture, functional art, garden arT • 3D Art is viewed from many angles 

Astou

Dioum

Handmade straw basket made with sweet grass by West African native artist.

Fiber

Chris

Belisario

Face Painting

Face Painting

Gino

Toreli

I'm Gino Toreli creator of Spike Art. I have been a weleder for 45 years. I started off as a mold maker working with steel. I always enjoyed my job and I wanted to put my welding talent in the Arts. My goal is to have at least one piece of my art in every home!

Metal

Jane

Waxenfelter

All wheelthrown pottery that has been altered in some way to ensure the uniqueness of each piece. Vibrant foodsafe and leadfree glazes are used resulting in usable art.

Ceramics

Jeffery

Schram

All of my work is fully constructed by me. From a raw board the material is planned, jointed, cut, glued together and carved to provide each piece with a custom handmade feel.

Wood

John

Vise

Each beastie is made of bronze and hand sculpted in metal clay to provide an intuitive, organic feel. No casts or molds are ever used, keeping each unique.

Metal

Kathy

McMinn

Handwoven baskets using rattan, black ash, yarn and other fibers to create functional art

Fiber

Mark

Thogerson

Hand-etched scrimshaw on fossil ivories and antler. Designs are scribed into a polished surface; inks are rubbed in to reveal the design. Both hatching and stippling are used to achieve the result.

Mixed Media

Richard

LaBell

Hand built and thrown pottery using outside the box ideas to create multiple clays and glazes effects with several firing styles. Raku, horsehair, pit fired.

Ceramics

Simon

Tarasiewicz

Using hardwoods we cut, join & plane wood in prep. Using table, jig, bandsaws & hand carving tools we shape, out & sand. Many pieces are detail hand painted & finally sealed with lacquer.

Wood

Bryant

Tubbs

I create an art piece that delves beyond the medium of metal and adds elements of sculpture and form, creating art pieces that have a timeless quality and the ability to enhance any decor. These art pieces are made from steel with a steel base, then manipulated by welding twisting and bending, creating a highly dimensional and energetic form.

Metal

Dale

Cantrell

Windchimes and mobiles made from cut and hand finished natural stone with rare domestic and exotic hardwoods. Examples of materials used, agate stone, African Zebrawood and Indian Rosewood.

Mixed Media

Gwen

Jones

We use a system of handtools and techniques to blow clear molten glass with color inclusions into forms by specific reheating and cooling methods.

Glass

Janey

Payne-Short

Hand-painted clay tiles and mosaic pieces painted in underglazes, fired, and grouted into barn wood frames. Each one of a kind.

Clay

Jennifer

Meeker

Work is inspired by textures and colors found through her outdoor adventures while incorporating an industrial aspect to them.

Ceramics

Jonathan

Kesler

Earthly Arts is about an aware integration . The interleaving of function , a mental touchstone , and a capacity to alter one’s personal environ to facilitate the individual’s positive interior is the goal.

Ceramics

Linda

Tong

Handcrafted wooden base with 4 coats of black lacquer, apply crushed eggshell, gold leaf inlay and multi-color of oil base free hand-squeezed from cellophane paper tubes to the top of object and seal.

Mixed Media

MaryBeth

Mitchell

My artwork and functional art is hand-built pottery, glazed in an array of bright colors. I make use of handmade drape and slump forms, textures, and handmade tools to give my pieces unique forms.

Clay

Robert

Barkley

Michigan Made Metal, Retired Stock Car Driver Creates Metal Indoor and Outdoor Decor

Metal

Tracy

Pivinski

Clay

Carisa

Serena Passalacqua

I use sgraffito technique on my handthrown and handpainted white stoneware pottery and tiles with exquisite details drawn with a needle tool. All vessels are microwavable and dishwasher safe.

clay

Erin A

Hoekzema

Stoneware and porcelain clays, mostly wheel thrown and some handbuilt. Carved, brushed with glaze to create a functional piece of art.

Ceramics

James

Lassak

We have been making our ceramics for over 8 years. We strive to create something beautiful yet functional. All of our pieces are made by hand by us and can all be used in the kitchen. We use all food safe glazes, stoneware clay.

Ceramics

Jason

Parsley

Hand thrown on the wheel Hand decorated bisque ware, then fired it gives the design a 3-D effect I also make my own glazes.

Ceramics

Joan

Mulvehill

Basic work material is hot rolled steel that is MIG welded. Majority of designs are completed with copper, steel, glass, rocks or vintage upcycled items to create character of work.

Metal

Joseph

Lamontagne

I have 10+ years in welding and fabrication. I cut and weld metal into sculpture for indoor or outdoor spaces. Hoping to add or make your space a little bit better then it was.

Metal

Lonnie

Ingram

I use 28-gauge galvanized steel wire to re-create form, by combining everyday shapes.

Metal

Michael

Schroeder

As the only full time Petoskey stone carver left in Michigan, I create works of art in stone. Including sculptures, cutlery, bowls and household items. I also inlay stone in rustic furniture.

Stone

Scott

Obernberger

All work is wheel thrown or hand built stoneware, often carved, and glazed in many different colors. Intended to be artistic yet functional, I focus on making practical items for everyday use.

Ceramics

Troy

Anderson

Copper and brass metal sculpture. Hammer raised, patina and bronze applications, and a clear lacquer finish. Two and Three-dimensional pieces ranging from $80.00-$5,900.00. Features glass accents.

Metal