Many of the products you find at Tellus360 are provided to us by some of our favorite local artists and craftspeople and we want to help you get to know them and their work even better! Buying handmade pieces is one of the best ways to support our local art community, so take a look at who is featured in the store currently and a small sample of their work!

Contact Lauren, for more info and sales…

Robert Gochnauer

Lancaster’s own Robert Gochnauer creates bowls and vases in all sizes using wood from many local sources, including trees felled on the Franklin & Marshall campus, Overlook Golf Course, and Manheim Township Parks.  He compares woodworking to pottery, with an exception: “With clay, you can reshape your work if you don’t like how it looks. With wood, you have to start over.

Robert is a member of the American Association of Woodturners, the Susquehanna Woodturners Club, the Philadelphia Wood Turning Center, and the Lancaster Area Woodturners.

Tulip Poplar $300, Box Elder Burl $85, Norway Maple Burl $150

John Kline

Lancaster native John Kline has been creating custom finish projects for over 38 years. From start to finish, his attention to detail restores each piece of creative furniture to a state of modern perfection.

John’s passion lies in bringing new life to any disregarded furnishings, whether they’re vintage, modern, or anything in between. Redesigned radio cabinets are among his favorite projects to work on—he converts them into lighted storage units or mp3/radio devices.

1936 Motorola antique radio, refurbished and repurposed into a storage unit $500


 Michael Fickes

Michael is our newest artist whose work you’ll find in Tellus360 these days! He is a painter and printmaker from York, PA, an alum of Millersville University, and no stranger to our neck of the woods here in downtown Lancaster. These prints are from original watercolor paintings of regional cityscapes.

Factory, $55






 Arden & James

Eco-goods designed to improve with age! Each piece is one of a kind. pure, simple and functional. Handmade by Bri, a naturalist, painter, industrial designer.

-Textured Linen Tote made with linen from an 80 yr old mill in Belarus, $80
-Recycled Burlap Coffee Roaster Market Bag, $60




This Ol’ Thing

This Ol’ Thing is owned and operated by local craftswoman Emily Truman, and her handmade scarves and hats are one of our favorite new accessories for fall!

Little Lady Scarf, made from Irish Wool, $35









Jim Sullenberger

Chances are if you’re local to Lancaster you’ll recognize the locations in Jim’s photography! Our newest addition is a 53″ x 30″ print of Columbia Drive-In Theatre, $550.



Ed Pfoutz

The traditional central-Pennsylvanian wood carvings of Ed Pfoutz are a Lancaster-area favorite, and we have been lucky to have his animal and nature-inspired carvings made from reclaimed wood in our store! Ed was raised near the Susquehanna River, spent his summers on the Conowingo Pond, and immersed himself in nature. He allows the wood grain on his driftwood and reclaimed wood pieces to show through on his carvings instead of painting them to maintain their rustic nature.

Driftwood Birdhouse $35,  Chickadee Song Bird $20




Richard Gaston

Photographer Richard Gaston surrounds himself with local sights (like  the view of the Silk Mill from his back yard) that he can’t help but photograph the way our city has evolved over the years. “I’m sure I look like a perpetual tourist, but it’s worth it.” He is currently showing full-color and black and white framed, matted photographs of locally loved sights (Prince St Cafe, Stan’s Records) as well as views of Lancaster in the past (the recently closed Pop Express, the tower of the Umbrella Works at 250 W. King St, Watt & Shand, Silkmill, etc).

Pop’s Door, recently closed Pop Deluxe, 6 N. Prince St. $125