Richard Ritter has work in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, the Cabinet of West Germany, the J.B. Speed Museum in Louisville, Kentucky and the Detroit Institute of the Arts. He has been involved with the contemporary glass movement since 1969.
Ceramist Michael Sherill received a visual arts fellowship from the North Carolina Arts Council in 1992. His work is in several major collections, including the Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina. He has been making pots for more than twenty years.
Anders "Andy" Lunde studied sociology at St. Lawrence University and became a teacher. He served in the Army during World War II, worked for the U.S. Public Health Service, and only took up wood carving after he retired in 1979.
Albert Hodge began creating pottery in 1989 when a knee injury forced him to retire from his job as a match cloth cutter for a furniture company. He built a workshop in his backyard, purchased an electric kiln and potter's wheel, and taught himself to make pottery.