Ceramicist Sunja Park’s pieces — vases, bowls and footstools — are wheel-thrown and fired with yellow and turquoise glazes. On this dining room table, it is the right compliment to Hadley Holliday’s painting and the purple kilim.
New Hadley Holliday
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Abigail Chapin makes fantastic butter-leather clutches. Each one is stamped with a block-print geometric pattern and finished with a brass zipper. Available at IKO IKO.
Organized by the French General in Elysian Park this October, the woad workshop is an opportunity to transform bed linens, hankies, scarves, sneaks — any textile —into a rich, vintage blue.
The small grey fur on the bud of a Pussy Willow tree is one of nature’s sweetest creations. What Elaine Falbo does with them is one of man’s.
There are so many accomplished, talented potters who toil at Xiem Clay Center. But it wasn’t until recognizing each other at an Echo Park open house (during an apparently shared house-hunt) when I became acquainted with Heather Levine. Nearly a year later, I have finally acquired one of her pieces — a mobile — and still covet a porcelain nest. Her work is enviably...