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Peggy Grose, painting
Laura Radwell, painting
Janna Ugone, lighting
Barbara Johnson, painting
Mary Teichman, etching
Stacy Geryk, painting
Ellen Koteen, photography
Lynne Adams, painting + classes
LaRocque/Levy, ceramic + wood
Patricia Dorr Parker, painting
Eileen Jager, glass mosaic
Piper Foreso, glass + steel
Roger and Christy Patrick, painting
Patricia Czepiel Hayes, painting
Kaleidoscope Pottery, pottery
Karen Iglehart, painting
Amanda Barrow, printmaking
Latimer Glass Studio, fused glass
Taylor Ceramics, ceramics
Linda Batchelor, collage/prints
John Patriquin, fine cabinetry
Kathy Ahern, lighting
Andrea Zax, bridal wear
Kate Childs, painting
Mona Shiber, sculpture
John Andert, illustration
John Darby, woodworking
Easthampton Clay, LLC, clay studio
Elizabeth Mercer, glass mosaics
Eric Larson, cutting boards
ONE COTTAGE STREET, an old historic mill building, is situated on Rt. 141 across from the Nashawanuck Pond and board walk. Five decades ago it enclosed four cavernous acres of empty space. Riverside Industries purchased the building from JP Stevens Textiles, moved its programs in and began renting over three maze- like floors to bookbinders, a fine woodworking school and an ever growing community of artists. One Cottage Street has over 80 studios and is now home to a lively community of regionally, nationally and internationally recognized designers, crafts people and fine artists many of whom have spent their careers here in good company honing their craft.