Woodruff refers to himself as a "neo-fabulist." You may not get this from the two upper images by him but the lower image, literally, paints a picture of this neo-fabulousness. His work has the aim of being talismanic in a sense; they ward come from a dark place but ward off the real darkness. They are ornate and...well... fabulous. Find out more about the artist HERE.
Stoller's work are porcelin, china paint and lustre creations. And they seemed in perpetual danger of being knocked over by art show visitors. But they, mercifully, weren't. See more of Stoller's work HERE.