Lots of good finds in today’s round up of artists I’ve come across and loved recently! Covered ceramics, embroidery, paintings and illustrations with LOTS of bold colors and patterns. Hope you find an artist you love and want to support, whether through purchasing or following along with their work!
I probably don’t have to tell anyone why Christine Tenenholtz’s work is on this list… look at all those rainbows!! Dishes, wall hangings, mugs, planters, these would ALL make such an incredible gift for anyone who loves color out there.
Saw these prints all lined up together over a tub and Diane Hill’s work just feels like the perfect English garden, countryside art. If you live in a cottage or bungalow, or traditional style home, wouldn’t these look wonderful above a dresser or in an entry or, well, now I’m really sold on the above-the-tub idea… the answer is YES to all of the above!
Sofia Lind’s use of bold stripes in here pieces is what drew me in!! I love how graphic and bold her pieces are. These are definitely on my “own one day” list. She has both prints and originals, too!
Amal introduced me to this artist through her beautiful feed! The pieces are hand-formed and I love that they look like they have age and depth. I’ve been on quite a mission to try to and gradually start investing in beautiful versions of even the most practical of things like dinnerware and other kitchen items.
I first saw Helen Dealtry’s work when Joanna Gaines mentioned carrying it at Magnolia Market. I thought her blue and white pieces were absolutely stunning. I had just been eyeing some blue and white tile for a future imaginary bathroom so I think that’s why it especially caught my eye, but she has lots of other colorful floral paintings as well!
Lily Sol Studio
Lily Sol Studio’s “Flower Goddess” portraits are so beautiful. I love the dimension the mixed media of the originals (gold leaf, pressed flowers, paint) but that she offers prints so they are more affordable! The colors are gorgeous, too.
I won an auction for a custom portrait for Michael-Birch Pierce that you’ve likely heard me talk about before. They freestyle embroidered the above portrait of Arlo on a sewing machine and it just blows my MIND every time I look at it.
In addition to custom portraits, they also do other beautiful embroider and crystal work like the two below! The custom portraits or crystal pieces would make such incredible gifts.
As always, feel free to share art and artists you’re loving lately in the comments below!