beach stone jewelry
Some Maine jewelers take the phrase “precious stones” quite littoral-y.
Studio 412 & fourTWELVE
Beth Bowley, a Maine native, opened fourTWELVE in Rockland after more than two decades in New York. Now she designs and manufactures her own clothing line.
Campus Couture
Scouting the state for wicked individual fashion, we found student Camden Hunt at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor.
Zack Rouda, founder of the Portland nonprofit Rewild Maine
Three Maine crafters who can teach you a lesson.
Chicken Portrait
The backyard-chicken craze hatches a flock of creative products.
Stim Wilcox, Wilcox Bows
Wilcox bows have a reputation among archers for beauty and function. He builds each one to suit its owner, taking into account the user’s height and strength.
Julie Morringello, Modernmaine
We asked Modernmaine’s Julie Morringello about bending unexpected materials into vessels for illumination.
Sara Brand-New wearing a knit patchwork turtleneck dress
Yoga teacher, knitting activist, ballet mom. Spotted in Belfast. (Yes, that’s her real name.)
Opening Day
Anticipation is in the air as miners dig for tourmaline.
Sprig Woodwork
Mack and her sister, Amanda Slamm, spent the months after their father’s death teaching themselves to make cutting boards and pizza peels, and before long, they were selling them online and in local craft shops as Sprig Woodwork.