The subject of objets d’art has been on my brain lately. When you spend as much time as I do
A lot of artists wear multiple hats. It’s really not that surprising; many of us love (and often seem to
Looking through my archives, I realized that I haven’t featured a ton of textile makers over the past few years.
I’ve been pondering over this quote from Carl Jung, as I’ve examined Marcela Gracia’s sublime ON FOUNDATIONS collection: “The meeting
When Viola Joyner first contacted me about a LAB feature, I immediately hopped over to her site to check out
There is a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson that comes to mind when I discover a new collection of artfully
Elegant and refined. Those are the two words that came to mind as I explored Sarah van Oosterom’s shop of
Rope is not the first material that comes to mind as a go-to for creating a haute handmade jewelry collection.
How lovely is the packaging for Bon Lux, a line of handmade candles by Melbourne-based Chantel Camilleri? I first discovered
This.Chair.Rocks. That’s all my little brain kept saying to me as I stared at the screen, taking in Levi Christiansen’s
What is it about watercolors that make them so enthralling? It take an incredible talent to harness both hue and
The ability to create functional art is a truly unique talent. To make objects of beauty that serve a purpose
Probably my biggest crime of omission since I’ve moved to the Big Island is not featuring more local artists. Hopefully,
Curating an online shop is both rewarding and challenging. Thankfully, there are a crop of makers and artists out there
Finding fresh stationery and print artists to share is actually more challenging then you might think. Not that there aren’t