073. Patti Walters Wells. "The two CCM Santa Monica shows are the highlights of my year.  The energy is always high, and the shoppers are so appreciative of the artists' creations. I'm looking forward to the Pasadena show in November. Do follow us there for more fun, and be sure to come to the last Santa Monica Civic Auditorium June show. www.pattiwalterswells.com  (Hint: Click through to the show website for free passes.)

073. Patti Walters Wells. "The two CCM Santa Monica shows are the highlights of my year. The energy is always high, and the shoppers are so appreciative of the artists' creations. I'm looking forward to the Pasadena show in November. Do follow us there for more fun, and be sure to come to the last Santa Monica Civic Auditorium June show. www.pattiwalterswells.com (Hint: Click through to the show website for free passes.)

080. Karen Brown Fine Jewelry:  "I have been creating handcrafted jewelry more years than I care to remember but I still love making pieces and reconnecting with all the people that I have made jewelry for!  Come to Santa Monica June 7-9 and see my latest collection." www.KarenBrownJewelry.com

080. Karen Brown Fine Jewelry: "I have been creating handcrafted jewelry more years than I care to remember but I still love making pieces and reconnecting with all the people that I have made jewelry for! Come to Santa Monica June 7-9 and see my latest collection." www.KarenBrownJewelry.com

028. Linda Shull: " l developed my distinctive line of glass watches because I am a certified watch addict and there were none available like my studio now makes. I fuse my own patterns of glass in a kiln, layering different colors and designs. The watchbands are then cut and fired in the kiln again. In a third visit to the kiln the glass is formed over a mold designed by my engineer husband, Glenn. The glass is then hand-wired to custom watch faces." www.shulldesignstudio.com

028. Linda Shull: " l developed my distinctive line of glass watches because I am a certified watch addict and there were none available like my studio now makes. I fuse my own patterns of glass in a kiln, layering different colors and designs. The watchbands are then cut and fired in the kiln again. In a third visit to the kiln the glass is formed over a mold designed by my engineer husband, Glenn. The glass is then hand-wired to custom watch faces." www.shulldesignstudio.com

008. Glenn Dizon: "Twisters are a signature design for me. The bottom part of the pendant rotates to display both sides of the opal. Only works with opals with two equally beautiful sides. This opal is an extremely rare and beautiful opal from Lightning Ridge."  www.glenndizon.com

008. Glenn Dizon: "Twisters are a signature design for me. The bottom part of the pendant rotates to display both sides of the opal. Only works with opals with two equally beautiful sides. This opal is an extremely rare and beautiful opal from Lightning Ridge." www.glenndizon.com

011. Baxter Moerman Jewelry. This necklace features 504 carats of chunky faceted aqua marine and a hand engraved clasp from our engraved collection. The engraved collection shows off the art of hand engraving with a modern twist. Each piece, a unique work of art, is designed with a pattern in mind, then attentively engraved by hand, one line at a time. www.baxtermoerman.com

011. Baxter Moerman Jewelry. This necklace features 504 carats of chunky faceted aqua marine and a hand engraved clasp from our engraved collection. The engraved collection shows off the art of hand engraving with a modern twist. Each piece, a unique work of art, is designed with a pattern in mind, then attentively engraved by hand, one line at a time. www.baxtermoerman.com

090. Dorothy Skea: "My designs are made of hand-dyed new and recycled fabrics. I design new pieces each year that will mix and match and also go with previous collections." fashionimages1@yahoo.com

090. Dorothy Skea: "My designs are made of hand-dyed new and recycled fabrics. I design new pieces each year that will mix and match and also go with previous collections." fashionimages1@yahoo.com

075. Sara Palacios is revolutionizing furniture design. This Cuban-born, Los Angeles artist paints and amalgamates her own fabrics, turning out the most stunning upholstery you can ever imagine. Check her website. It's quite a treat.  www.sarapalaciosdesigns.com

075. Sara Palacios is revolutionizing furniture design. This Cuban-born, Los Angeles artist paints and amalgamates her own fabrics, turning out the most stunning upholstery you can ever imagine. Check her website. It's quite a treat. www.sarapalaciosdesigns.com

153. Anne Klocko: "I love making things that bring smiles, pieces that evoke a sense of pleasure. With the polymer clay, I have a medium that allows me to be a perfectionist. I attempt to make each face and hand expressive, and to make them detailed, right down to the last fingernail. The clay allows me to work with color, my ally, my love. Ceramics are monotone, jewelry is grey, wood is brown. My girls, though, are a wild and colorful bunch." www.anneklocko.com

153. Anne Klocko: "I love making things that bring smiles, pieces that evoke a sense of pleasure. With the polymer clay, I have a medium that allows me to be a perfectionist. I attempt to make each face and hand expressive, and to make them detailed, right down to the last fingernail. The clay allows me to work with color, my ally, my love. Ceramics are monotone, jewelry is grey, wood is brown. My girls, though, are a wild and colorful bunch." www.anneklocko.com

112. Michael Barney: "After working with leather for 43 years, this June 7-9 Santa Monica show will be my last show outside of Northern California. I still do all the work myself, from designing to hand selecting the hides to cutting and sewing. I enjoy my time in the workshop but I like getting out to meet my great customers. It's been a long journey and I've met many friends along the way."  Free passes available at www.craftsource.org

112. Michael Barney: "After working with leather for 43 years, this June 7-9 Santa Monica show will be my last show outside of Northern California. I still do all the work myself, from designing to hand selecting the hides to cutting and sewing. I enjoy my time in the workshop but I like getting out to meet my great customers. It's been a long journey and I've met many friends along the way." Free passes available at www.craftsource.org

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