The artists have worked together in their metals studio for almost 45 years creating works that reflect their appreciation and love of the natural world. Working in collaboration across a large studio table, they fabricate pieces from sterling silver, found objects, and images from antique prints and postcards. The work often transcends the individual object as they incorporate the pieces in vignettes that continue the theme of nature, garden and home. Their works are in the collections of The Smithsonian Museum of American Art, The Racine Art Museum, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Tacoma Art Museum, The Ohio Crafts Museum and others as well as numerous private collections. In 2009 they were featured in the PBS documentary, Craft In America. Recipients of over 11 Fellowships and Grants, Roberta was awarded the 2011 Cleveland Creative Workforce Fellowship.