Studio Visit: Ceramicist Roxanne Jackson

Exploring the dizzying and paradoxical elements that converge in the artist's latest show at NYC's The Hole

NYC’s The Hole hosts ceramicist Roxanne Jackson’s latest exhibit Nature is a Whore: A Comedy & A Tragedy, an aptly titled show of dizzying and wild polarities. Opening today and on view until 23 October, the exhibition—crafted in the artist’s studio and home in Wassaic, New York, which we toured to learn more—feels immediately bizarre and fantastical, featuring chicken feet, decapitated heads, sea shells, cakes, …

Studio Visit: Jewelry Brand Haricot Vert

Collage informs these whimsical accessories, handmade in this NYC-based studio

A modest, blue-toned apartment in Ridgewood, Queens currently doubles as a studio for the whimsical independent jewelry brand Haricot Vert. Inside the living-room-turned-workspace, founder Kelsey Armstrong pairs vintage Monopoly pieces, miniature cutlery and other found objects with her signature picto-charms—tiny photos turned into glazed pendants that Armstrong crafts by hand. Owned, operated and made almost entirely by the founder (save for the occasional assistant), Haricot …

Studio Visit: Ceramic Artist Bari Ziperstein

Inside the new Los Angeles workspace for the BZIPPY design brand

A quiet calm permeates ceramic artist Bari Ziperstein’s new 9,000-square-foot studio. The recent move to this location provides double the design and production space, allowing for all their prolific creative output to occur under one roof—from fine art to BZIPPY, and BZ Collectible Design with The Future Perfect. The new office and private studio, along with the shared areas, reflect a passion for color, art …