THE RISING FEMALE ARTISTS EDIT
THE RISING ARTISTS EDIT CURATED BY SAMANTHA ROMERO
An edit of female artists on the rise curated by Samantha Romero, founder of Fig & Oak, based in Los Angeles. Want to see what Samantha's coveting? Look no further. Here's an incredible list of six female artists to support and display in your home.
Ry of RYVELLO is a Santa Barbara based artist. She's passionate about crafting an environment you crave. Ry works with antique frames, recycled fabrics, organic dyes, chalk and paint with the result of incredible art with a western feel.
Molly Haynes is a LA-based weaver. She utilizes unconventional materials such as salvaged marine ropes, sisal twine, and deadstock yarns to construct forms which blur the line between natural and manmade.
Handmade in Los Angeles by Daniella Aramnia. Her range of homeware celebrates organic forms with movement in each of her creations.
Amanda Hummes is a Brazilian ceramic artist based in LA. Every handmade piece she creates has character and is full of form.
Mano Clay Goods made to order by Melissa Flores in El Paso, Texas. She's most known for her Cowboy Hat Incense Holder that comes in three colors.
Maja Dlugolecki is a mixed-media painter based in LA. Her paintings feature layered washes and a variety of textures, creating movement through bold pigments.