How F+S makers use stone in their work to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind, products ranging from furniture to fashion.
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A few weeks ago, we featured unique designs from F+S makers that use wood as their primary medium.  This week we are taking a look at how a few of our F+S makers use stone in their work to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind products ranging from furniture to fashion. 
SAVED NY
HINGE DESIGN
ZOJA
ATLAS INDUSTRIES
ORDINAL INDICATOR
L'AVIVA HOME
ARC CERAMICS
M+A
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What is your most treasured possession?
My Grandmother's orange tree, it is over 60 years old, I saw her bring it back to life many times and now it always fruits on her birthday.
 
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A visit to Storm King Art Center is a great way to get a dose of art and culture and spend some time outside in the fresh air.  Currently on exhibit is "A stone that thinks of Enceladus". The work comprises a series of human-made stone stacks or cairns, built of boulders gathered at Storm King, and molded glass and carved marble stones, which the artist created by hand during the winter and spring of 2020.
 
If you didn't have the opportunity to watch our F+S Live broadcast with Mike White of Ordinal Indicator, it's worth going back to check out.  Mike gives us a tour of his workshop in the Hudson Valley and shows us step-by-step how he makes a set of coasters out of alabaster stone. 
RECIPE BY:  KAREN, HONESTLY YUM
 
Summer might officially be over but there is still time to make one of our favorite stone fruit salads using peaches, cherries, farrow, feta, tomato, and arugula
 

We're loving the rhythmic beat of "Don't Stop the Music" by Reel People featuring Angie Stone.

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