Happy International Women’s Day! In celebration of women, the work we do, and the world that we shape, here is a round-up of artwork and ceramics by women makers that I’ve been loving lately.
There is something feminine and strong about these paintings by Bernadette Marie Pascua. She is a multi-disciplinary artist based in New York City.
Humble Ceramics, created by by Belgian-born artist Delphine, offers artisan pottery made with mindfulness and intention in South Los Angeles, one small batch at a time. I love their Alder tumblers.
On Society6 you can find art prints by Tracie Andrews, an abstract artist based in the UK. The considered colors and shapes make me smile.
Bobby Clark is a Scottish artist and photographer who currently lives in Melbourne, Australia. Her latest artworks “explore the symmetry and balance of shapes, creating minimal studies of shape composition,” which I find both meditative and inspiring.
I covet this small half mesa bowl from OATMEAL. Elise Birnbaum is a maker and founder of OATMEAL, where objects are designed and made with care in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — ethically and with respect for the material and the people they are making for.
Support women, support artists. Happy International Women’s Day.