From the December/January 2013 Issue:

Local Finds

Artistic expression comes in many forms and colors


Thomas Fuchs
Thomas Fuchs of Red Bank has been designing signature tabletop and other accessories for 10 years. “Safra,” a new line of vases inspired by his African safari, is available in stores such as Barneys New York and Neiman Marcus. Pictured at left are Mozambique (light/dark plum), Peponi (plum/turquoise) and Cameroon (mint/chocolate). Fuchs’ “Surface” collection (right) features glassware with textures that mimic textiles. Another popular collection, “Otium,” comprises neoclassical glass lamps, vases and candlesticks (see otium-nyc.com). Thomas Fuchs Creative, tfc-nyc.com.


Don Hatfield
Peaceful moments of realism combine with alluring hues in “Le Parroquet” (The Parrot) (left)?and “Sunday Afternoon,” two works by artist Don Hatfield. See his Impressionist-style works at galleries throughout New Jersey, including The Main Street Gallery in Manasquan and The Oceanside Gallery in Belmar. donhatfield.com, mainstreetgallery.com, oceansidegallery.com.