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  • Rick Bisgyer

    Melinda Carl

    Cynthia Bowers Fulton

  • Patti & Dave Hegland

    Robert D. Lasus

    Judith Miller

  • Bob Ortiz

    Sabra Richards

    Doug Sassi

Rick Bisgyer Porcelain


321 Ericsson Ave. Betterton, MD 21610 / 941-524-2720


As a porcelain artist I create wheel thrown vessels inspired by the graceful curves of sails and hulls, and the ever-changing character of wind over water. Porcelain is the most demanding of all clay bodies and my extreme shapes are a constant challenge, yet a feeling of effortlessness and serenity is conveyed through these pieces. My glaze colors reflect the sea and sky as they change through the day bringing a sense of upward movement and lift that complements the narrow based, broad shouldered forms. I work to create beauty and a sense of peace as I strive to stay centered through clay.

Melinda Carl Art Studios


Guest Artist @ Barn Studio
312 Cannon Street, Chestertown MD 21620 / 302-242-1705


The Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries along with the Eastern Shore landscapes provide endless opportunities for painters to interpret images both abstractly and representationally.  

Hollycroft Studio


24284 Macs Ln. Worton, MD 21678 / 410-810-1420


Cindy does paintings of different locations from her travels and large skies and forests from where she lives on the Eastern Shore. She also does whimsical copper sculptures that can be used indoors or Outdoors. Her studio is in a beautiful location on Churn Creek and she will show you through the house.

Hegland Glass


315 High St., Suite 103 Chestertown, MD 21620 / 410-870-5432


We are a husband and wife team known our innovative designs, complex construction, and precise finishing of our art glass. Earlier careers in engineering and finance ingrained in us an acute attention to detail which we apply to all phases of our craft. Our award-winning glass is featured in galleries across the United States.

6281 Tolchester Road, Rock Hall MD 21661 / 215-586-1376


I create sculptures in stainless steel, wood and found objects. Most of my major public works have been stainless steel horses. After years of working with other materials which require varying degrees of maintenance to retain their pristine looks and survival, stainless seems to be the material of choice. The artistic challenge is to take a heavy, lifeless material, unlike wood, and evoke a sense lightness and movement. Many of the wood sculptures use branches from trees I have known. With all my work, there is an environmental consciousness.

Haven Point Gallery


20748 Rock Hall Ave. Rock Hall, MD 21661 / 410-639-4184


Judith enjoys working in a broad range of media. As an award winning pastel and graphite artist she loves painting the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake bay scenery. This year has been extremely prolific with an exciting new collection of paintings and jewelry.

Robert Ortiz Studios


207 S. Cross Street, Chestertown MD 21620 / 410-810-1400


I have been making furniture for 30 years, the last 20 here in my studio in Chestertown. The newest addition to the "Ortizstudios" line is my one on one, week long workshops where we work together to create a piece of furniture that is sure to become a family heirloom.

12578 Coopers Lane, Worton, Md. / 585-857-3505

Handicap accessible with advance notice


Welded steel and glass in free standing tables and sculpture. Wall pieces of glass - see how it is done with demonstrations.

Doug Sassi Pottery


12740 Still Pond Rd., Still Pond MD 21667 / 443-480-6156


Since 1969 I've made wheel-thrown functional pottery using my own blend of six clays and my own glazes. My work is stoneware which means it's high-fired and safe for use in microwaves and dishwashers. Google my name to find samples on Pinterest, Facebook, and other sources.
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