Artists would like to devote all their effort on their craft, but the need to make money often forces them to focus on creating works that can be sold. A small town on the Eastern Shore of Maryland has become a patron of the arts, and the community hopes its burgeoning patronage will give local artists creative freedom.
Vicco Von Voss has been making wooden furniture from salvaged materials for 20 years.
“When I get a tree that has been blown over by a hurricane or strictly taken down by a …
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