Jen Pleasants’ motto—she believed she could, so she did—is more than a saying stamped on one of her best-selling jewelry designs. Step inside the artist’s studio to see why.
Molly McGrath learned to use a laser cutter in architecture school. Now, she uses two of them (nicknamed Larry and Lola) to create her entrancing geometric art. Step inside her San Francisco studio!
In a world where kids feel they should be quiet, Richard Upchurch has built a business with the motto, "Let your voice be heard." Take a tour of Richard’s Brooklyn studio, and learn why he finds a reason to dance the Robot every day.
Woodworking designer Dave Marcoullier shares his giant creative space with massive Burning Man sculptures, 250 “mad scientists,” and a friendly dog. Take a tour of his San Francisco studio to learn how he extracts inspiration from loud machines and organized chaos.
Phil Thompson finds inspiration in Chicago’s Prairie Style bungalows, classic six-flat brick Craftsman buildings, and skyscraping architectural landmarks. Join our Art Buyer Katy on her visit to the Windy City and see where Phil creates his intricate, personalized portraits of beloved buildings.