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Beth Goobic is a Ceramic Artist living & working in Northern NJ. We are proud to offer select pieces from her Minimalist Series. All Beth's work is hand thrown on the potter's wheel and food, microwaveable & dishwasher safe.
Kevin "Woody" Woodward is our top Lathe Man. Using his wood turning skills and years of experience making custom baseball bats, Woody uses fallen wood from his South Jersey backyard to create one of a kind bowls, cups & wine stoppers.
For those that "get it" there is no need for explanation. The team behind Supergood is like none other. Think a combination of the most twisted sense of humor, mixed with the ironic & a dash of the absurd. Our top selling Hats & Tees are available in a range of sizes, color & logos.
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This guy has range... photographer Eric Delmar calls Montclair, NJ his home. With a distinct style, his photography showcases his breadth of interests from microscopic bugs to his favorite beach on LBI. In addition to his Framed Prints, Eric offers photography packages including private B2B photography lessons for small business owners & Pet Photography Photo Sessions.
Local Wayne resident Artist Toni Jauch had quite the prolific career spanning decades. Primarily focussing on landscape oil paintings, watercolors and sculpture, Toni's award winning work of over 300 pieces is currently being catalogued and preparing for future Gallery Show and Sale.
Toni was born in Illinois and educated in Europe. She first studied painting and sculpture with artist Peter Galioto, and pursued those interests at William Paterson College, the Montclair Museum Art School, the Summit Art Center and the Art Students League.
She exhibited as one of "20 Contemporary Women Artists of New Jersey" at Bernard Abelew Art Gallery in Fairfield, NJ and in 1983 displayed 50 of her paintings at a solo show at the Willowbrook Ministries Art Gallery in Wayne, NJ.