We are proud to support artists from states all across the Southeast Region! All of our artists are crafting their goods by hand, usually in small batches.
Read on below to discover more about each of our 20+ artists, view a sampling of their products, and visit their website.
Hailing from Savannah and working out of her home studio in Atlanta, Georgia, Brandy is very influenced by the South, but she finds inspiration everywhere!
She is a multidisciplinary artist with a degree in Printmaking and a love for pattern and textile design. She is continuously pushing the boundaries with her work by exploring new mediums.
Currently, she is applying her love of pattern and design to hand-built ceramic, home, and accessory pieces.
Emily Barton of Barton Craft & Design is a fiber artist based out of Waco, TX. She primarily makes fiber wall art and jewelry utilizing techniques such as macrame, weaving, crochet, and knitting. She also incorporates elements of wood and metal that juxtapose beautifully with the soft nature of fiber. She was voted Best Arts & Crafts Maker in the USA by USA Today in 2017.
Blackjack Wax Co. is an artisan candle company located in Meridian Mississippi, run by husband and wife team Patrick & Courtney Trawick. Their focus is creating highly fragrant, long lasting soy candles.
West Palm Beach, FL
Drift & Dwell is owned and operated by South Florida fiber and watercolor artist, Rachel Dowda. As a plant mom with a mountain heart, she is drawn to nature and simple beauty. She creates her pieces using organic materials; such as driftwood, cotton and leather.
For The Press is the letterpressing, printing, and design studio of Mirely Cabral. Mirely is a California native, with a mission to help you send more mail with easy to use stationery. At For The Press, they value the handmade quality of their craft and make everything by hand. Every card is hand drawn, and printed one at a time on a vintage Chandler and Price Pilot press.
Based out of Atlanta, GA, Laura is
a textile design artist and screen printer who enjoys strong coffee, alien and ghost theories and riding her bicycle around town. Her work is greatly inspired by unique items that she collects (usually scientific or found in nature) which are then interpreted into woven, printed, dyed or sewn products, reflecting delicate surprises one has to take a closer look to see.
Gunner & Lux is a daughter (Riley is 8 years old) and dad (just old) kid's necklace jewelry team. Selling her necklaces at her summer lemonade stand, and then on her website, and now in stores all around the world including Barneys NY and Nordstrom...Riley and John together have created something truly unique.
Originally from Northern California, Dansie studied fine art at Central Saint Martins University in London, UK where she graduated with a BFA (honors) Degree in 2004, before moving to her current home in Asheville NC. With influences derived from iconoclasm, folklore, and the natural environment, her images try to illustrate the connections that go unseen between ourselves and the natural world.
Hannah Diomataris is an artist and momma from Richmond, Va. She finds beauty in the forgotten and discarded. Working primarily in analog collage, Hannah combines paint, mark-making and found papers to create one-of-a-kind, layered compositions.
West Palm Beach, FL
The founder of HeartSwell, Renee Griffith, designs and creates our products using her original hand lettering style with patterns, colors, and textures inspired by her deep love of the ocean and lush landscape where she and her family live in South Florida.
Courtney Hamill is the owner and creative director of Honeycomb Studio. Working from a small studio in Atlanta, Georgia, she designs and creates elegant, porcelain ceramics for the home.
At age 16, while scouring through local Oklahoma Op-Shops, Jennifer Seifert began collecting Frankhoma bowls, mugs and vases. This was the beginning of her love for the craft of pottery. Juno Pottery aims for simplicity and functionality, while offering subtle and sculptural art pieces for the everyday home. Jennifer lives in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, North Carolina with her husband and their three children.
Lindbergh Candle Co. was created out of founder Savannah's joy for quiet moments, the flicker of a candle and our crazy love for spending time together. Lindbergh celebrates good design, home, family and the beautiful stories a scent can tell.
Native Bear is a stationery and gift line based out of Atlanta, Ga featuring the original illustrations of Leela Hoehn Robinson.
The Native Bear aesthetic appeals to the modern bohemian; a throwback to 1970s interiors, earthiness, and a touch of magic.
Noah Prinsen is a printmaker based in Asheville, NC. His original serigraphs and woodblock prints often reflect elements from the natural world and speak to his rural upbringing and appreciation for handmade creations.
Ratbee Press is a one-woman shop, owned and operated by Sally Anne Morgan of Asheville, NC. She designs and letterpress prints all her cards and art in her backyard studio, and is inspired by her garden, urban nature, and music. When not getting her hands dirty in the print shop, Sally is also a working musician who plays traditional and experimental music on the fiddle, banjo and other assorted instruments.
Sara Parker is an artist and designer living in Athens, Georgia. Her line of bespoke organic fabrics are printed in house by Sara and her partner, Simon Hunt. In addition to fabrics, Sara also has a line of modern letterpress stationery and screen printed art works. Her work features lighthearted botanical and avian illustrations rooted in local flora. Large scale and exuberant, her hand drawn motifs look to tradition yet are inarguably contemporary and comforting.
Lauren Crowe is a designer with a background in fine art. She received a BFA in graphic design from Appalachian State University and is currently living in Boone, NC. Her work is often inspired by life in the mountains.
Mary Hamby is a full time artist working out of her studio in Charlotte, NC. Her goal is to combine nostalgic roots with modern designs in each of her handmade pieces. She uses the classic techniques of weaving, ceramics, and woodworking to create wearable art and to build approachable sculptures that suit the modern home.
Rachel Calhoun has been creating jewelry since she was 8 years old. Inspired by simple lines and shapes, Rachel has hand-sawed, soldered, textured, and forged a dynamic collection out of her Raleigh studio. Her brass and gold jewelry is characterized by an effortless, minimalist look meant for everyday life.
Wooden Spoon Herbs is a small-batch southern Appalachian apothecary. Founded by an herbalist, writer, forager, and gardener born & raised in Tennessee, Wooden Spoon Herbs' focus is using traditional Appalachian plants, both wild and cultivated, in global ways.