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Alternative Realities 2016

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Alternative Realities 2017

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Alternative Realities 2018

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Alternative Realities 2018

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Doggonit 2015 (The next three photos by Alan Wiener courtesy of Greenwich House Pottery)

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Molt, 2014 (Photo by Alan Wiener courtesy of Greenwich House Pottery)

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Poodlings 2015 (The next two photos by Alan Wiener courtesy of Greenwich House Pottery)

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Poodlings Eggsperimental, 2017

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Reclining Dudes 2017

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Around the World JjaJangMyun

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Napoleon Study A study of Napoleon Bonaparte. Included in Yen Magazine’s Curvy 3 Showcase, 2006

Eun-Ha Paek was born in Seoul, Korea. She received a BFA in Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her animated films have screened in the Guggenheim Museum, Sundance Film Festival, and venues internationally. Grants and awards include the Windgate Scholarship and Rudy Autio Grant from the Archie Bray Foundation, a Travel and Study Grant from The Jerome Foundation and the Anna Siok Award from Greenwich House Pottery.

Her work has received mentions in The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly and G4 Tech TV. She has been a guest lecturer at Rhode Island School of Design and Fashion Institute of Technology and a visiting critic at Maryland Institute College of Art.

EunHa Paek

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Bump Candle Stick

This is a one-off experimental piece, hand turned in Cherry and blackened in Sumi. It holds a 3/4” taper candle, with a copper ferrule to protect the wood from burning. The bump on the side can be removed to reveal a compartment for holding strike anywhere matches (not provided).

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Hand Turned Maple Bowl

Hand turned bowl of Rock Maple. The wood used to make this bowl is exceptionally hard, dense, and strong. Finished with a homemade all-natural mix of beeswax and oil, the bowl practically glows and will wear nicely.

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Loop Tray

The Loop Tray is a hand turned and multi-use tray with a vegetable tan leather handle. Available in two American hardwoods, and finished with an all natural food safe finish. The Loop Tray is perfect as a catch-all, fruit bowl, organizer, jewelry display/storage, etc.

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Oloid Sculpture

This kinetic sculpture is inspired by the geometric shape discovered in 1929 of the same name. Hand made in ebonized American Black Walnut.

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Plant Stand

Plant Stand in ebonized American Black Walnut.

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Walnut Standing Bowl

Ebonized American Walnut Bowl with Holly feet. This hand turned bowl would make a unique center piece. Finished with a homemade all-natural mix of beeswax and oil, the bowl practically glows and will wear nicely. A small .5 oz tin of the wood balm is included and will keep the bowl looking great.

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Triangle Dinner Bell

A hand bent steel triangle, with an English Bridle Leather hanger which conveniently holds the solid brass striker. An update on a timeless object.

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Walnut Duster

Boar bristle duster with hand turned walnut handle finished with beeswax.

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Zig Zag Trivet Set of 3 Set of Three Zig Zag Trivets. Use individually for pots, pans, kettles, etc. Or use multiple for casseroles, trays, etc.

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Zig Zag Cutting Board Zig Zag Cutting board set. Made of American Sycamore. The flat side of each board acts as a cutting board, while the Zig Zag side can be used as trivets or serving boards. Finished with a food safe, homemade all-natural mix of beeswax and oil. A small .5 oz tin of the wood balm is included and will keep the boards looking great.

Pat Kim is a New York based designer/artist working primarily in objects, furniture, and sculpture. His approach is defined by constant experimentation in materials and methods gleaned from traditional craft. His work is rooted in the philosophy of sculptural simplicity and enduring quality.

Pat Kim

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Manufactured objects conspicuously transform into unexpected new forms, making a strong statement about the cultural condition of abundance. Sharp attention is focused on reconsideration of the ordinary.

This Savage series used discarded plastic objects, assembled them together, and wrapped them in natural material- jute and cowhide leather. The objects amalgamated from their original shape by concealing their origins and revealing new forms. The work is a testament to the scope of innovation, invention and beauty born out even the most mundane, everyday objects.

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Savage Series Black Edition Sofa 2016 Various plastics, leather cord 70 x 35 x 45 inches (177.8 x 88.9 x 114.3 cm)

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Savage Series Black Edition Sofa, Side Table

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Savage Series Black Edition Side Table 2014 Various plastics, cast iron skillet, leather cord 38 x 38 x 18 inches (96.5 x 96.5 x 45.7 cm)

Jay Sae Jung Oh was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea.

Educated in the arts of sculpture, she pursued a Bachelors of Arts and holds a Master’s Degree in Sculpture from Kookmin University, South Korea. During her practice in the fine arts, Oh became focused on the ability of design to communicate in a much more familiar manner. The importance of design as a vehicle for communicate compelled her to join the 3D Design Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI. At Cranbrook, Oh was able to transcend the boundaries of art and design, culminating the two entities into one.

Since Cranbrook, Ms. Oh has worked alongside NYC based, Italian designer, Gaetano Pesce on a multitude of projects from furniture, installations and product design. Currently a visiting professor at Industrial Design, The University of Illinois at Chicago, IL, Ms. Oh continues to build her body of work, creating striking pieces that explore the multiple intersections of art and design.

Sae Jung Oh







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