Hawkmoth Arts Studio and Gallery

Hawkmoth Arts Studio and Gallery

At the core of every piece of work is the expression of authenticity, creativity and connectedness with land and place.

The Artwork is created with the basic principles defining WABI SABI:

Reverence for Authenticity and Earthiness, Appreciation of the genuine integrity of natural objects and processes, Seeing beauty in impermanence, transience and non-perfection.

Each and every piece is hand made with great care and precision. There is a great amount of time and attention given to the detail and overall aesthetic of each piece.

Hawkmoth Arts studio and Gallery shares its location with Arterra Wines. Hawkmoth Arts and Arterra Wines are a partnership in artistry.  Jason Murray is the owner and wine maker of Arterra Wines. Both Sandy and Jason are very passionate about their craft and approach their process with great care and artistry. Come experience this intimate highly focused venture nestled on a beautifully wooded mountainside. The combination of site, craftsmanship and quality promises to offer a unique wine and art experience unlike any other in the region.

The work is largely inspired by the vineyard and winery. Most of the leaves are hand picked from our vineyards, others come from our property or surrounding area. Each one is hand selected for its shape and size. They are hand cut  and hand crafted into a variety of bowls, trays, and hanging pieces. You will also see pieces of wine barrel, tendrils and canes from the vines and other wine related imagery.

In addition to wine inspired work, Hawkmoth Arts has an overall naturalistic, rustic, yet delicate style where multiple themes of nature, spirituality, and memory overlap.

The process of creating the work involves a dedicated studio practice filled with experimentation and exploration. Creativity is essential to the work and the artwork is continuously evolving.

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1808 Leeds Manor Road, Delaplane, VA, USA

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