Studio A - Hosted home, 157 Webbed Foot Rd

The following artists will be showing at this studio location.

Tonya Crowe-Chinuntdet

Tonya is a proud North Carolina native who grew up in the western mountains of the state and received her medical degree from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem before settling in the Lake Norman area. She spent nearly twenty years in her first career with a successful private practice that specialized in obstetrics and gynecology. Tonya’s passions include horseback riding, photography, and spending time outdoors with her family. She strives to capture and reflect the harmony and balance of the natural world in her artwork.

Molten Reflections







Jack Daulton

Jack Daulton is a world traveler whose photographs have been featured in books, magazines, and other publications including, Outdoor Photographer, Black & White magazine, American Photo, and North Carolina's Our State magazine. For Jack, photography is about exploration and creation, vision and artistry, simplicity and passion. Photography involves seeing, but for Jack it’s really about feeling. It allows him to experience life more creatively and our world more deeply. He hopes to inspire others to explore their own creativity.






Jill Rikkers

Jill graduated with a metalsmithing degree from the National College of Art and Design in Dublin Ireland in 1989. Jill established a successful metalsmithing career and began designing and crafting a serveware line in 1995. Since then, she has finessed the designs and serveware sets down to what you see today - always coming up with new shapes and enhancing your tabletop.








Nancy Rosato

Nancy developed a love for creative activities at an early age, and her fascination for glass started with curiosity. Glass is complicated, beautiful, surprising and sometimes very frustrating. As a glass artist I am drawn to the never-ending learning process that is a given when working in this medium. My designs are inspired largely by many factors (heat of the kiln, flow of the glass, color, composition, texture to name a few), but mostly by light. Light makes glass have an energy and life all its own and will constantly evolve as if it’s almost alive. Every piece is unique and has its own story.

Molten Reflections