• The Knot Ring

    A 1st Century gold wire ring, a wave, automatic drawings, lines of the hand, artifact, intimacy, ends meeting, looping, imperfect, simplicity -- Mary shares her inspiration for the Knot Ring, which she re-envisioned this past fall as her own wedding band.
  • Chris Mottalini - Here is the House

    A look inside Chris Mottalini’s 1950’s-era stone house in the Hudson Valley. He shares his journey photographing houses. In his words “Places that feel a bit rougher, somewhat handmade. Just real places… which happen to be designed by geniuses.”
  • Susan Sellers - Shifting Perspective

    Focusing on our creative community: Susan Sellers, a founder of the prolific creative agency 2x4 shares her design ethos, inspiration, and how the Block Island landscape has become an integral part of her process.

  • High Summer

    An ode to land conservation and the places that nurture our creativity.  
  • Sylvia Estes - Perfectly Good Paper

    A closer look at Sylvia’s sculptural process -  transforming the refuse of daily life into organic vessels and curved light fixtures that direct illumination and space anew.
  • Block Island

    Situated between Montauk, NY, and mainland Rhode Island, Block Island’s natural beauty and tight knit community resides at the heart of Mary MacGill Jewelry.
  • Comporta - Celebrating Friendship

    Mary planned a trip to Comporta, a town about an hour and a half south of Lisbon, to celebrate the friendships that have nurtured her up until this moment in her life — she’s getting married!
  • Ariela Nomi Kuh - Returning to The Imperfect

    A closer look at ceramicist Ariela Nomi Kuh’s process in her Portland, ME Studio.
  • Embodied Era - Modern Interpretations of Historic Subjects

    Gallery recap: Inspired by traditions of craft and storytelling, Kuh and Cusack present interpretations of how the human form has been portrayed and articulated over time.