I’ve got a new batch of artists I love to share today! Lots of three dimensional art today, from textiles to pottery, and a few kid-friendly pieces too that would be so perfect for a kids room!! Here we go!
The colors Carolyn Gavin uses in her floral paintings are so spectacular! Every single one of them. I love that her art is available at many price points, from originals to prints to scarves, so it can be accessible to so many!
Élan Byrd’s multimedia art work, like the raffia embroidered canvases (above), are so unique. I love the shapes, the neutral tones and all the other items she has as well, like wall hangings and inspiring prints.
Alyson Iwamoto Ceramics
I first saw Alyson’s work at West Coast Craft here in LA and LOVED the ceramic animals she created. We now own one, but there are so many I’d love to add to our collection some day. They’re so perfect to add a little whimsy a shelf, especially in a kids room (if it can be safely away from little hands, haha!).
Alyson also creates the ceramic pieces that Cindy Zell, featured in a previous installment of these series, uses in her fiber art.
Came across these beautiful ceramics on Instagram and I fell in love with both the patterns and colors. The gingham collection!!
I’ve had Wolf Noodle’s prints bookmarked for future kiddo rooms forEVER. The cherry one above has always been a favorite, but they recently launched a great astrology series too. They have several of famous icons, other vocal words and more. The color palettes are so bold and perfect!
I came across M.A’s work at a local art exhibit celebrating Mexican artists and have loved the textile and ceramic pieces ever since, all inspired by traditional Mexican crafts and methods.
Support this artist:
M.A’s art is available on Instagram at the moment!
Molly Burgess Designs
I don’t remember when I came across Molly Burgess’ work but it is so unique and special I immediately followed along because she had banana slugs in her repertoire which Arlo was obsessed with at the time! She creates different insects out of fabrics and sequins and aren’t they incredible?? She does both collections (that sell out almost immediately FYI!) and custom commissions which she opens up a few times a year.
Hope you find a piece you love! Remember, art is unique and created by hand so be sure to follow along (that’s why I include Instagram handles!) if the artist doesn’t currently have any pieces available!