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    Handmade wooden Black Raven and Crow wall art. NY artist Alice Muhlback draws heart into the evocative spirited characters and renders in a painterly style as well as simple line. Each character is an iconic symbol for a soulful word or intention.

    Hilary Pfeifer’s whimsical sculptures typically use more than 80% found wood.

    The Raku clay 7-Up Can sculpture is made by CA artist, Karen Shapiro. Come see her piece in the permanent collection at Crocker Art Museum.

    Furnishing fabric | V&A "This woven furnishing fabric has a yellow silk ground, its design of birds and flowers made with patterning wefts of blue cotton. Traces of silk fringe suggest that it may have been used as a wall-hanging or canopy." Place of origin: Italy (made) Date: 1600-1640 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Woven silk and cotton Museum number: 529B-1884

    We've got them in pink, too! The Crocker Art Museum Store is the only place in Northern California where you can grab Jump From Paper's chic, graphic bags.

    Beat the winter blahs with this vibrant color wheel umbrella from MoMA.

    Takobia jewelry is made from lightweight iron, brass, or zinc alloy and then silver or gold plated.

    Stay dry under a blue sky. The classic MoMA umbrella is available at the Crocker Art Museum Store.

    What the Heck? It Goes Around Your Neck! Statement necklace by Betty Nelsen, made from handcrafted polymer with image transfer, glass, rubber-coated acrylic, and resin.

    Bracelet handmade from Scrabble tiles, by Deb Kennedy.

    Liza Riddle’s vessels are hand-coiled, carefully burnished to a smooth finish, then fired at earthenware temperatures.

    Charlotte Peys

    Auburn-based studio potter Marianne DeMartini creates hand-thrown, hand-carved pieces. All her work is lead-free and food, microwave, and dishwasher safe.

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