Rebecca Zweibel began her clay work in Colorado, continued in the Washington, D.C. area, and is now in St. Petersburg. Rebecca was initially drawn to porcelain’s pristine, bone-like look. She switched to earthenware and hand building to satisfy her love of color and drawing.
Ceramics and Wood, St. Petersburg
Ceramics and Jewelry, Gulfport
Fiber/Mixed Media, Wesley Chapel
Meet Jan Wunsch Jan Wunsch moved to Florida in the 1980s. Jan has taught music, and played the organ in churches. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Hartt College of Music, University of Hartford, Connecticut. As a member of the Florida Society of Goldsmiths Workshops, Jan discovered her passion for jewelry. […]
Meet Kim Tatalick Jeweler – educator – business owner Kim Tatalick recently relocated to St. Petersburg. Kim grew up near Cleveland, Ohio. She earned a BFA in Metals and Jewelry and a Bachelor of Science in Education from Miami University, and MFA in Metals/Jewelry / CAD-CAM from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Kim […]
Caitlin Albritton reviews Round Square for Creative Loafing Tampa Bay. It’s never too formal: Round Square at Florida CraftArt A round-up of artists who revel in the playfulness of materials. There’s something to be said about trusting one’s intuition when it comes to the balance of color, line, and all those other formal elements that make […]
Welcome to Florida CraftArt, a non-profit organization in Downtown St. Petersburg, FL which represents the fine craft artists of Florida. This video is a peek into the gallery as well as profiles of three artists whose work is represented: Chuck Boux, a glassblower, Antanas Ulevicius, a potter and Donna Carrion, a jeweler.