The countdown has started - our spectacular “ALL WOMAN” cycle ends next week. It’s been one of our most popular yet, but there’s still a chance to invest in a piece of art by one of our chosen contemporary female artists.
1. KATHRYN ROBINSON-MILLEN
The UK-born/Brooklyn resident Kathryn Robinson-Millen is not just a brilliant ceramicist but also a top-notch gardener and medal-winning dog walker. Her Architectural stack 1 vessel is one of many featured items currently on display in store and at Made for Made, located inside the Made Hotel.
One of our most colorful artists, CLoD's Are You Looking at my Boobs? says it all. We know how that feels, right ladies? Buy it for the title alone.
3. JESSICA LOGAN
OK, Jessica Logan’s magnificent 12-foot centerpiece may be beyond the budget and space restrictions for most of us. This piece - White Monochrome - has the same wild, structural energy at a more accessible price point. Also availayin black and earthy tan.
4. ASTRID SARKISSIAN
The fashion designer’s exquisite 3D paper collages tell stories for days. Where will Welcome to the Monkey Kingdom take you?
5. BRIANNA McCORD
A gloriously, colorfully abstract Windswept Island Walk that draws you deeper, the more you gaze at it.
6. JULIA RIVERA
What can we say about Julia that hasn’t already been said? One of our most consistently collectible artists, her always evolving body of work keeps her relevant, and each piece has a message for the lucky owner. This one? What You Are Looking For Out There Is Not There. It Is In You. Superwoman.
7. MY LIFE IN YELLOW
Pure poetry for your walls. Artist and writer/poet Kate Goerlic (AKA My Life In Yellow) has captured Moments With the Moon - and it’s magical.
8. SABINA IANCU
Power is an explosively beautiful portrayal of when worlds collide from the Romanian-born, Ireland-raised abstract artist.
9. ELYSE HARRISON
Certainty is a stunning, brand new piece from the DC-based artist who takes her inspiration from comics, contemporary design, and the European surrealists.
10. JOANNE HANDLER
A bold, large-scale conversation piece from the versatile artist who is inspired by, among many other things, contemporary music lyrics. What Are You Doing For The Rest of Your Life? Name that tune …