Some of the best things in life are never planned. Such was the case for Lindsey Alonzo of LunaSol. While working as a textile artist—armed with a BFA in Textile Design—she was introduced to jewelry making. Something clicked, and Lindsey soon translated her skills to a new medium.
Sea & Stone
Using the techniques she’d learned in a shibori class, Jennifer started her collection of beautiful hand-dyed scarves. It wasn’t long before she had a company name and online shop. The Emily Carr graduate has been a professional artist for nearly two decades, and her work has been exhibited internationally.
It’s quite the feat to be able to turn something as fleeting as a flower into an heirloom but that’s exactly what Diane has done. After ten years of working the high-tech industry, this wife and mother took a pottery class and fell in love with working with her hands.
Reason To Be Pretty
For Nophar, life is prettiest in pink — whether it’s her homemade strawberry mousse or a rose grown on her New York City balcony. But she knows there’s plenty of beauty to be found when creators pour their souls into their goods, no matter what shade they may be.
Santa Cruz, CA
From peach-colored petals to elegant palm trees, Meg Venter’s sun-drenched photographs perfectly capture California’s charm. Each one is digitally processed—to create a dreamy, nostalgic quality—and then printed on either professional paper or museum-quality canvas using archival inks.
Btwn Wind & Water
When it comes to careers, sometimes you need to set your own course. After years of designing leather accessories for big brands, Mariah Rich decided to be the captain of her own ship and launched Btwn Wind & Water, a name inspired by a old nautical term for a vessel’s vulnerability.
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