James Watkins creates sculptures and vessels from both bronze and glass. He uses pâte de verre to cast his glass pieces and, using clay or wax to make his molds, translates evidence of his touch to the finished forms.
Janet Prip studied jewelry and metalsmithing at Rhode Island School of Design, then spent several years creating designs and prototypes for the commercial jewelry business. Her current work focuses on cast metal vessels that show male and female faces in dramatic profile.
A well-known Boston daguerreotypist and photographer, Masury was commissioned by Charles Greely Loring, a prominent lawyer and the first director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to photograph his estate at Beverly, Massachusetts.