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These are the core artisans who are collaborating to bring a beautiful concept to life. We stand as equal partners in this endeavor as we believe  in the spirit that this area has become known for. You will always find highlights of our better works here as you would in any gallery; from a variety of mediums and each is of the highest quality & creativity. Items will change as pieces are purchased. We want you to enjoy our work and we hope to inspire you. This is a Makers space.

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Ceramics Artist

Orit Daly is a Potter living in Croton-on-Hudson, New York with her husband, and two children.  She makes functional everyday items that bring the beauty of the natural world into your home.  She seeks to reflect the flora and fauna in her own surroundings in the Hudson Valley of New York. She shows her work publicly in local craft shows and sells in shops around Westchester County, NY. Orit makes her pottery at the Peekskill Clay Studio in Peekskill, New York, and teaches ceramics at the Katonah Art Center.

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Fine Artist


In the late 1970s, after a series of prophetic dreams about his childhood days at Coney Island, Richard Eagan turned his Brooklyn woodworking shop into an artist’s studio. He and a studio mate soon formed The Coney Island Hysterical Society, which became one of the prime drivers  of the turnaround of Coney Island’s historic amusement beach.  Much of his work has since focused on the lost buildings and iconography of
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During his studio years in Brooklyn, Richard developed a style of  multi-media “constructed painting”, investigating themes of conflicting identity, what lies beneath the surface, and bursting forth. In 2022, in his new Croton studio, Richard began a new series of small, often shadowboxed, works in paint, construction and collage.
Richard is a founding Member Emeritus of Brooklyn’s 440 Gallery.
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Ceramic Artist

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Renee Curci Ivanoff has been a potter for over 20 years, enjoying the process of working on the wheel and hand building. Influenced by the world that surrounds us, Renee creates functional pieces that fit into the  modern home with a eye for items made for the tablescape. Renee currently teaches clay at the Garrison Art Center, focusing on wheel throwing and hand building. At Garrison Art Center,  Renee created a space for Family Clay and Teen Clay, fulfilling a gap in the community by sharing this ancient art form with all ages.


Painter, Jeweler

While attending University in rural DeKalb, Illinois, Sharon earned a Bachelor of Art Studio, where she fell in love with landscapes of undulating cornfields and breathtaking skies. She received a Masters of Art in Painting at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY which was wonderfully all buildings & noise.Her work can be found in collections as far away as Germany. For jewelry, Sharon hand selects stones such as labradorite, amazonite and pearls and combines them with silver and copper into beautiful wearable art.

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Fashion Designer

I am an experienced fashion designer who creates original, artistic, one of a kind pieces of art to wear, and accessories, under the F.A.I.T.H. Designs Inc label.

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Homesteader, Woodworker

AnnMarie works at a nonprofit organization helping youth meet their maximum potential by connecting them with Nature and its therapeutic healing. Combining her creative artisan vision with her love for nature, AnnMarie repurposes unwanted lumber into beautiful furnishings.  AnnMarie sits on various boards and is a 4H Leader volunteering much of her time working with youth and agricultural outreach.

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Jeff Thornton is a painter, musician and graphic designer living with his family in Croton-on-Hudson, New York. He is a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute, and has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Queens College of the City University of New York. Jeff studies the light, geometry and movement of the natural world; his paintings are inspired by the trails, trees, rivers and skies of Croton.

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