Anne Chant is a knitter of fine hats, headbands and other woolen items. She learned to knit from her Aunt Margaret, who resided in Raquette Lake, New York, a town in the Adirondack mountains. Her Aunt spent many a long winter’s day knitting beautiful sweaters for her nieces and nephews. Anne has had more timeContinue reading “Anne Chant”
Matt Cohen is a New Hampshire native and has loved photography from a very young age. To Matt, photography is an art of observation and feeling. Sharing those photographic observations and having others make a connection through his photography gives him great joy. Matt especially loves his early morning kayak rides on Lake Winnipesaukee from hisContinue reading “Matt Cohen”
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Peg Scully received her B.A. from Montclair State University and her M. Ed. from the University of Cincinnati. She had a 30 year career both as a teacher in the regular classroom, as a teacher of the deaf and hard-of-hearing, and as a classroom sign language interpreter. As a student at the Ridgewood, N.J. AssociationContinue reading “Peg Scully”
Nancy Marsden. Born in Boston, MA, Nancy Wyeth Norris attended Belmont High School followed by Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio. After graduation, she married Stanley Marsden. They lived in Ohio until moving to Tamworth, NH, in 1978. Nancy studied drawing with accomplished artist Cindi Swanson. Her pen and ink drawings were used by theContinue reading “Nancy Marsden”
Deep in rural New England live three women: a weaver, a painter, and a printmaker, who have been friends for over twenty years. As a byproduct of their involvement with paper, fabric, and the products of nature, they produce an abundance of ORTS (scraps), too intriguing to throw away.After years of using these scraps toContinue reading “ORTworks by Women Who Glue”
Deborah Hatch lives and works at the end of a dirt road in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. She studied at Rochester Institute of Technology’s School for American Craftsmen. She no longer teaches weaving, but now spends her time making stuff—weavings, collages, books, mosaics, and baskets. Deborah likes to work with paper she hasContinue reading “Deborah Hatch”