Jim Gaster is one of a very few remaining “coopers”, that is, craftsmen who shape and bind wood into usable containers.
Seth Gould creates and ornaments utilitarian objects that range from simple tools to highly embellished pieces of hardware.
A childhood fascination with waterfowl and his first trips to an uncle's duck blind inspired artist Ben A. Heinemann to carve his first bird in 1971.
Deb Kraemer has been making soap for the past 16 years.
David MacDonald studied under two well known African American Ceramic Artists while he was in college, before he became a Ceramics professor at Syracuse University, where he taught for over 40 years.
Geri LittleJohn has been making Native American style flutes for 24 years. And to her, even after all this time, each flute she makes is unique, a combination of woodworking and soulcraft.
For over four decades Scott Nelles [Nell-ess] has been producing fine sculpture and decorative items cast in bronze.
When Casimira bought her husband Jeff a table saw as a Christmas gift it launched a creative journey that resulted in the creation of a full time fly rod making business.
Husband and wife team, Dan and Jael Rattigan lived and worked in the cacao-rich rainforest of Costa Rica for two years.
Timothy Selberg, born in Pontiac, Michigan, is a sculptor of three-dimensional carved mechanized Figures, most of which are specifically used in the performance of ventriloquism.
Lorelei Sims joined us on A Craftsman’s Legacy on Season One and she is returning for Season 3 to join Eric Gorges practicing his craft at Voodoo Choppers.
Maple Smith is a retired school teacher who runs North Star Alpacas, an Alpaca Fiber Farm and online store, based in Ithaca, Michigan
Jake Weidmann is a professional artist and certified Master Penman who lives and works in Denver, Colorado.