The Gallery in Morris is presenting its next show, "The Craftsmen," featuring works by local residents, through June 28.

The show is dedicated to local and regional craftsmen who believe in creating original and functional pieces from scratch using both traditional and modern techniques.

The exhibition focuses on woodworking and metal work, while showcasing glassblowing, jewelry, hand forged knives and various small items.

Featured artists include Tyler Farmen, an art teacher at Rumsey Hall, Mike Flynn of Brooklyn, formerly of Roxbury, and Dan Morrissey of New Milford, as well as Joey Huang, Jim Lewis, Carter Mosch,

Woody Mosch, Evan Schwanfelder and Jason Seco, also local residents.

The exhibit may be seen Saturdays and Sundays and by appointment at the 44 Lakeside Road gallery.

For more information, call Farmen at 917-539-3130.