Cutler Creative & Business Community

Coywolf Studio

Ian Buchbinder is a Rhode Island based potter focused on creating unique functional ceramics that bring a smile to your face.  Each piece is thrown on a potter's wheel and painted by hand.  In avoiding molds and stencils the designs have room to breathe and evolve over time while staying consistent with the overall aesthetic.  Presently, Ian's work depicts scenes of carefree, joyful astronauts drifting through space accompanied by a menagerie of animal companions.  His work is food-safe, microwaveable, and dishwasher-safe.

Meraki Studio

https://www.merakiatcutler.com

Meraki (v) to do something with soul, creativity, or love, to put the essence of yourself put into your work.

We are three friends and partners who believe that by curating creativity, community and self empowerment we build strong creative connections. Meraki Studio offers a place for anyone who desires to work with their hands to explore creative endeavors through workshops, classes or in our stitch studio. Our focus includes fiber arts, sewing, wardrobe planning and cultivating personal style, re-purposing materials and mixed mediums.

We also offer space to artists and instructors of all kinds for short terms projects and events.

Jen Charleson

I often refer to myself as a multidimensional artist because my work mixes mediums both physically and conceptually. I treat my art as a form of spiritual channeling, digging deep to find the hidden threads connecting all things. Multi-sensory explorations of line, form, language, space, and time; flowing, overlapping, bleeding and blending, defying boundaries and often description.  Much of my work begins with a single sphere, and steps off from there. Recognizable patterns of sacred geometry soon become something mysteriously familiar, yet completely unknown.  I allow myself to be drawn in by the unseen energies surrounding all of us and I try to speak for them. My artwork, in a sense, is a visual translation of untellable stories.

Gob Shop

www.gobshop.com

The Gob Shop is an established sporting goods store and has been providing services from individual orders to large corporations since 1950.

For individuals and teams we specialize in soccer, lacrosse and field hockey team apparel and equipment. Our corporate division offers custom embroidery, screen printing and promotional items (mouse pads, mugs, hats, polo's, golf balls, etc.) We maintain a presence of customer service.

Deborah is design consultant and fine artist in Rhode Island. She lectures and exhibits at museums, galleries, universities, and textile companies throughout the United States and Mexico.

She studied textile design and painting at the Rhode Island School of Design.  Based on her own work experience and family heritage, she explores the condition of the American worker and landscape. 

Deborah's designs site specific installations that produce interactive environments with scrims, paintings, video, music and photography.

 

 

Nick Jainschigg

Nick Jainschigg was born in New York City and grew up near the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History. The two influences of art and natural science have been with him ever since. After graduating with a BFA in illustration, he pursued a career in science fiction and fantasy illustration, producing hundreds of covers and interiors for most of the major (and many minor) publishers. He discovered the computer as a means of expression in the late 1990s and hasn’t had a decent night’s sleep since. In addition to teaching at RISD, Jainschigg continues to work on animations, interactive illustration and painting in oils.

Shanth Enjeti

www.shanthenjeti.com

Shanth has worked as an illustrator, designer, lecturer, and consultant for a variety of clients both international and domestic. Shanth’s work has also been featured in several books on the field of art and design, and Shanth's lecture on his character design theory has been presented at MIT, Wellesley College, Microsoft Games, Turbine Inc., and Hasbro.

Eileen Collins

Eileen is a founding member of The Imago Foundation for the Arts, a non-profit art centered organization located in Warren R.I. Her work can be seen in exhibits throughout the year at the Imago gallery, 36 Market St.

 

Ann Marie Rossi

Ann Marie Rossi explores the theme of biomimicry with oil and encaustic as well as ink and charcoal as she uses nature to inform and inspire her work.  The microscopic world of single-celled organisms, connective tissue, the human body and the element of landscape in her concept of nature all figure prominently in her work as she uses the translucence of encaustic to expose layers of complexity and connectivity.

 

All Star Adhesive Products

All*Star Adhesive Products, Inc. is a family owned and operated business.  We are in business to help our customers with products and ideas that will help them to succeed in their industry.  We have been able to provide fabricators with materials that have helped them to improve production.  We have helped graphic shops by providing supplies at lower costs.  And we have presented all of our customers with ideas and concepts that help to create value.

Spectra Seating

Spectra Seating, Inc. is engaged in the business of manufacturing booths to the hospitality industry. We have established a 20-year record of making quality restaurant and commercial furniture to meet the stringent on-time demands this industry requires. We also offer reupholstery service on large renovation projects.

David Gonville

David Gonville is a Rhode Island based contemporary artist. His work is inspired by the ocean and it's convergence with surf, weather, land forms, and contemporary human interaction.

The compositions that emerge in his work reference personal experiences in the ever changing coastal environment of Little Compton, Rhode Island, where he surfs all year. David transcribes his experiences of changing weather patterns, open space, peaceful environments and odd beach americana into his work. He paints to convey this connection with the ocean and the environments around him.

David studied Marine Affairs at URI, and graduated from UMass Dartmouth, BFA in Graphic Design. He is the co-founder of Nami Studios, a creative services company, since 2001. His work has sold internationally and is in private collections. He proudly lives with his family and best friend/ wife in his native Rhode Island (US)

A clay studio for everyone.  Get your hands dirty!

A creative space for pottery, sculpture, tile making, classes and studio space.

 (401)297-9412   suite#129

Ellen Ferrin

Ellen Ferrin’s current paintings are an exploration of the captivating movement and beauty of water. They reflect her fascination with the fleeting patterns and color of its surface and the air above it, during the sometimes quiet, sometimes fierce moments between tides.

Nicole Jellinek LICSW

(401) 680-9115

I have practiced for more than 10 years as a therapist in a variety of settings--hospital inpatient pschiatry, outpatient mental health clinic, family service center, and community outreach program. I use a collaborative approach to help people deal with depression, grief, anxiety, loss, trauma, stress, parenting issues, relationship problems, and identity issues.

Arlene McGonagle

Arlene has been a traditional basket maker and teacher for 34 years and has enjoyed learning the required technical skills to make finely crafted functional baskets. Now, she creates sculptures that blend traditional and non-traditional materials in a variety of forms.

Silktone Custom Signs & Graphics

A Family Run Operation Since 1987, We pride ourselves on paying attention to detail providing our community with quality craftsmanship for over 25 years!

  • Cut Vinyl

  • Window Graphics

  • Vehicle Lettering

  • Boat Graphics

  • Temporary Signs

  • Banners

  • Magnetic Signs

7 Suns Printmaking

We are a green printmaking Studio located in Warren, RI.  We offer classes, workshops, and studio membership options.

Jay MacKay Painting

Since childhood drawing and painting have empowered and transported me into a protected place of self expression. Presently I paint from photographs that I take while wandering around the city. I am drawn to the patches of sunlight and shadows cast by buildings both interior and exterior. I find solitude and shelter in these hidden spaces and moments. This is the passion that drives me to surrender to the vulnerabilities of the creative process and put myself onto the canvas for all to see. As an adolescent I took private oil painting lessons at The Jean Lee Gallery in Stow, MA. I received a BFA in Illustration and Design from the University of Lowell (UMASS). I have also studied at The Worcester Art Museum, Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park and The East Side Art Center. Since May of 2010 I have been showing and selling my work at Studio Hop on the East Side, Providence.

Wishbone Art Studio

Dancing River Arts Studio

Each finished piece starts with an assortment of seemingly random parts that come together to make something beautiful and unique.   All you have to do is jump in the river, don't be afraid to let the current take you places you didn't think you could go.  

Lisa Abbatomarco

Lisa Abbatomarco is an Interdisciplinary Visual and Performing Artist whose modest studio space is often bursting at the seams with painting, puppetry, textiles, collage, sculpture, experimental theater, installation and sound art. Fueled by improvisation, mood and a multitude of materials, she transforms the recycled and discarded into forms both familiar and beautiful, often with an environmental theme.

Contract Services Co.

 

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Ron Rantilla Rowing System

We build the FrontRower™ rowing system, which you can install in your own boat (canoes make excellent touring rowboats). We also offer canoes set up for rowing and kits and plans for rowboats specifically designed for the FrontRower™. And if you would like a custom built rowboat but don't have the time to build your own, we can build one for you.

Turnswing Studios

We’re a JDA consulting services firm offering a range of services, project management, training, and expert functional and technical consultants to building full featured on-demand learning focused on JDA. Our expert staff delivers an unmatched level of quality, thoughtfulness, care, and insight to our clients.  That is a direct result to our staff of business and functional subject matter experts with decades of experience. In contrast to the ”fire-aim” approach in the market today, we find our clients to gain more benefit from a thoughtful “aim-ready-fire” approach, regardless of whether or not it is from our functional, technical,training or integration teams.

Debbie Miller Painting

Debbie Miller's paintings reside in private collections in England, Germany, Norway and throughout the United States. She received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1988. Debbie is a member of the Copley Society of Art in Boston. Born in Massachusetts, Debbie lives and maintains a studio in Rhode Island.

Hwang Bishop Design

Hwang Bishop Designs has been providing the luxury residential and contract design community with finely made contract quality furnishing since 1994. Our lighting and furniture can be found in high-end residences, restaurants, offices and five star hotels around the world. Founder, Felicia Hwang Bishop and her staff of artisans produce the Hwang Bishop line of lighting and furniture in Warren, Rhode Island. Each piece is made to order and custom pieces are most welcomed.

Angel Tucker Photography

Angel Tucker lives in the smallest town, in the smallest

county, in the smallest state, with her husband, two sons,

& a miniature dachshund. She holds a BS in Photography

from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public

Communication, and an MFA in Fine Arts from the School

of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Angel Tucker Photography is a Professional Photography

Studio specializing in Food, Still Life,

and Lifestyle Photography.

Sweet Trade

We are a small studio in coastal New England making mostly leather goods with nautical inspiration. All our pieces are Designed/Sourced/Made in the USA. If we cannot find the raw goods made here, we make them or have them made for us in the USA.

Cait Marchetti Jewelry

www.caitmarchettijewelry.com

Cait Marchetti is a New England illustrator and jeweler specializing in enamel. She received her BFA in Jewelry and Metals and her minor in Drawing from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 2015. A few months later, she founded Cait Marchetti Jewelry and began selling her enamel jewelry.

Loop By Loop Studio

www.loopbyloopstudio.com

Loop by Loop Studio was founded by Hayley Perry in 2013.  Hayley grew up surrounded by rug hooking, thanks to her mother Sharon and aunt Deanne. Hayley holds her education in Fine Arts and after getting her graduate degree in painting in 2011, she started dyeing and selling fabric online, hooking rugs, and making kits, which has blossomed into her full time career.  

Cheryl Perry Pottery

www.facebook.com/Cheryl-Perry-Pottery-473272169523506/

Hand built ceramic vessels.

David McCoomb Woodworking

David took a life long interest in woodworking to the next level 20 years back and rented shop space to compliment his occupation as a commercial shell fisherman. He has been building furniture and cabinets over that time and has stockpiled a modest amount of wood. David finished his first guitar three years ago and is  closing in on his second. Woodwork as an agent of sound fascinates him to no end now.

Linda Megathlin

As a photographer and mixed media artist interested in themes of transformation, my work gravitates toward finding the extraordinary in the ordinary, the universal in the commonplace. Creating photographs and mixed media compilations from objects and natural elements we see every day, my focus is on the layers of meaning beyond the surface, surprise couplings and unconscious revelations.  

Though I began my art career as a traditional black-and-white news and event photographer, currently I primarily work with abstract digital photography transfers and mixed media collage on non-traditional substrates such as wood, metal and stone papers.

Maritime Information Systems

Maritime Information Systems, Inc. (MIS) has been providing the maritime industry with comprehensive, state-of-the-art information through a powerful suite of online tools.

The MIS suite of tools allows brokers and other industry professionals instant access to a wide array of relevant information provided in a convenient and easy-to-understand interface. Our products have been increasing the profitability of shipping, providing vital safety information for all maritime industries and making national headlines with innovative solutions.

Laura Travis Carving

As an artist, Laura intersects the worlds of fine and folk art, utilizing traditional iconography in some very contemporary contexts. The inspiration for her work comes from the lively traditional music, dance and arts which she has studied extensively for more than twenty years. She works primarily in limestone, soapstone, and slate.

SL Jobe Productions

Steven Jobe's compositions are a wild blend of folk music sounds, compelling rhythms and inventive tone color combinations. With pieces ranging from fiddle tunes to a string quartet, a couple of concertos and an opera, he is at once traditional in his emphasis on melody, but also unconventional in his tone color inquiries. If he doesn't have the instrument for the sound he hears, he designs it.

O & G Studio

O&G Studio’s furniture is remarkable for its duality, fusing updated American Windsor–style design with a boldly modern color palette. Partners Sara Ossana & Jonathan Glatt's devotion to American Design traditions is founded on the form-and-function relationship that marked it. Based in Warren, Rhode Island, Glatt and Ossana are steeped in the original colonial design of the region. Glatt remarks of the architecture: “Nothing is anonymous. Every element has a human feel, every element shows the hand of the craftsman.”  

The same could be said of the furniture they produce.   -- Mieke ten Have Vogue Magazine 

Warren Chair Works

Located in the town of Warren, Rhode Island on the east side of Narragansett Bay, Warren Chair Works has been making handcrafted Windsor Chairs since 1981.  In addition to Windsor Chairs, we make complimentary dining and occasional tables, hutches, and sideboards.  All of our pieces are made to order, on-site by our talented craftsmen with locally sourced lumber.

Warren Chairworks is an O & G Studio company.

Windsor Properties- Office

(401) 247-9204

Commercial Property Management

Susan Freda

Susan Freda is a sculptor and jeweler known for her organic, ephemeral, and intricate style. She employs form, light, and line as vehicles to create her airy, kinetic, and luminescent pieces. Her work is recognized for its unusual processes, signature weaving, and for its delicate and exquisite craftsmanship.

Susan has exhibited in the US, Canada, England and Italy. Her shoe and dress forms have been collected and presented at NY Fashion Week, Stuart Weitzman, Neiman Marcus, Fidelity Investments, Meditech, Ferragamo, Cirque du Soleil, and by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists Gallery. Her work is included in the collection of the Museo Italo Americano of San Francisco, and in numerous private as well as corporate collections. 

Arn Krebs

Arn Krebs received his BFA in Metalsmithing from Montana State University and his MFA from the University of Hawaii. A skilled glassblower, ceramicist, and metalsmith, Arn worked at Skylight Jewelers in Boston, MA. as a bench jeweler and goldsmith before partnering with Susan Freda and Gallery 4 in Tiverton, R.I.

Mokume Gane is Arn's passion, he uses modern mokume techniques to create his own metal combinations and patterns from which he makes jewelry for weddings, engagements, and everyday wear. Each piece is individually designed and hand crafted from responsibly sourced, conflict free and fair trade stones and metal. 

 

David Hruska