Cheryl Boyken Bryant is a sculptor and painter whose work explores the exchange between the canvas and stoneware. She currently divides her time between the New York City area and Maine.
Donna Chambers, born and raised in Ossining, New York, is a fine jeweler, designer and entrepreneur, who has achieved an enviable level of success that began with a gifted past and ambitious goals.
Two decades ago, while on a modeling trip to the Indonesian island of Bali, Cynthia Gale became enamored with the island's exotic elegance. Her jewelry collection over the years has reflected the tranquil beauty of the Far East combined with her fast-paced, urban New York City lifestyle.
Kate Karcher-Clark began YOTTOY to apply artful materials and design to the world of playthings. For over 20 years, YOTTOY has been bringing generations together with character toys inspired by some of the most beloved books in children’s literature.
Sensing an absence of nice gifts for children, Mia Galison left publishing to found eeBoo. With lot of hours, nerve, and money, eeBoo became a boutique toy manufacturer that specializes in useful, beautiful and well-made educational games and gifts.
Claudia Pearson brings her 20 years of illustrating commercially to a range of products for the home. Inspired by her love of great food she has created a collection of tea towels, prints, greeting cards and books.
The Jam Stand began in an apartment kitchen in Williamsburg when two best friends, Jessica Quon and Sabrina Valle, breathed life into an original concept; create a food company that’s a true reflection of themselves and their community.
One afternoon, inspired by her loves of photography and sewing, Ronda Smith decided to print the photographic image of her cat on fabric, cut it out and sew a pillow. Today her range to includes suffragists, vintage cameras and vehicles, and NYC icons.
As an artist, Sondra Wiskari has expertise in working with many kinds of artistic media. Surface design - including painting, drawing, and print-making - is her metiér, but her passion for learning new processes has resulted in diverse projects including various product for the NYHistory Store.
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Erica Rosenfeld lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Through sculpture and jewelry she seeks to make work that expresses time, conveys history, and serves as a means to preserve perceived memory.