5 Hudson Valley Makers and Artists to Know

The Hudson Valley region of New York is chock full of makers and artists of all sorts, and we're discovering more creative neighbors all the time. Meet 5 of our friends that we want you to know!





Handcrafted in Beacon, New York, husband and wife team Justin and Paula King's furniture nods to art deco and mid-century designs. Check out their favorite creation, the Jax Table, pictured left.






Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry


Niche resides in a historic factory building that once housed the Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry. Now located across the river, the foundry creates works of art in bronze, steel, aluminum, iron and silver for the world's most renowned artists. Their latest feat? Making the statuettes for the 2016 Oscar Awards!







Sixfold has created an innovative, reusable fold-stow-and-go beverage carrier system for beer, wine, and now coffee (Cafe Carrier, pictured left). The process strips production to its simplest form, allowing consumers to become makers. Check out their full line of products here.







Artist Melissa McGill


Artist Melissa McGill's public art installation, Constellation, located among the ruins of the Bannerman Castle on an island in the Hudson River, opened this past June and is set to be on view through summer 2017. Niche played a part in this large-scale project by making the Sapphire glass orbs that create the "stars" of the "constellation." Head to the Constellation website to find out how to visit.







Searching for that perfect statement jewelry? Look no further than Marisa Lomonaco's fine, handmade jewelry. Made in Beacon, New York, her collections are edgy, yet sophisticated, and designed to improve with wear and age. Shop the Points Ring (pictured left) and her other designs here.

Posted on 2/19/16 3:30 PM by Katie




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