Clara Pauline Barck Welles

Most known for co-founding The Kalo Shop in the year 1900, Clara Barck Welles (1869-1965) was many things: a silversmith, a teacher, the daughter of immigrants, and a suffragist. Born in New York and traveling with her family of eight to Oregon,…

Adelaide Alsop Robineau

Considered a top ceramist in the field of American art pottery, Adelaide Alsop Robineau (1865 - 1929) was a well known china painter and potter with a specialty in porcelain carving. Her masterpiece, the Scarab Vase (ca. 1910), took more than…

Gustav Stickley

Short Description: Named the Father of American Furniture, Gustav Stickley was one of five brothers specializing in American made furniture at the turn of the century.

Elbert Hubbard

Elbert Hubbard was an American publisher, writer, and philosopher who founded the community of artisans known as Roycroft.

Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene

Short Description: Greene & Greene was an architectural firm made of the Greene Brothers - Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene - influential to early 20th Century American architects.

George E. Ohr

George Edgar Ohr was an American ceramic artist who created innovative clay forms from pure organic local clay from 1880 to 1910. He proclaimed himself the "Mad Potter of Biloxi" in Mississippi.

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