“Resonance and Response,” an exhibit of work by Joe Ascrizzi and Diana Cherbuliez, runs through Nov. 28 at Clifford Gallery at Waterfall Arts on High Street in Belfast. Curators Dudley Zopp and Alan Crichton brought the two artists together in harmony with “Deep Craft, A Maker’s Movement,” the central concept behind Conflux, Waterfall Arts’ second annual Art and Nature Symposium, slated for Nov. 14-16. Deep Craft is the creation of the Wowhaus, a California-based collaborative team who will be featured at Conflux. Through experiment and demonstration, Deep Craft seeks to reinvigorate the role of the handmade in contemporary life. Both Ascrizzi and Cherbuliez are master sculptors and storytellers who mine the rich territory between high arts and deep craft. Cherbuliez has shown her work throughout the Northeast. She lives on Vinalhaven and makes sculptures of wood, glass, cloth and paper, dust, cigarette butts, shoes, bones, hair and orange peels. One of her creations, “The Road to Good Intentions” (above), is made from burnt matchsticks. Waterfall Arts is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday; for more, visit www.waterfallarts.org.