At Artfully Walls, we're pretty darn proud of our artists and are always impressed by their fascinating ventures outside of the art studio. So with holiday shopping in full swing, we thought we'd highlight a few of our artists selling everything from antique treasures to gorgeous ceramics. We hope you'll support the arts this holiday season!
Known on Artfully Walls for her Street Art Collection, photographer Nicki Clendening's talents extend far beyond the camera. This fall, Nicki launched Beetle, an online boutique offering a highly curated selection of vintage and antique wares she collected at markets around the world. With a keen eye for the unusual and the exotic, Beetle was born out of a desire to share her finds with others.
Kristin Gaudio Endsley
Kristin Gaudio Endsley is a painter and ceramicist who has journeyed around the world polishing her eye and trademark ability to create visual textures with a rich, adventurous color palette and expressive techniques. In her year-long exploration of ceramics, Kristin merged her artistic style and the porcelain’s delicate virtues into functional pieces that aim to fill homes and spaces with meaning.
Kristi Kohut is a mixed-media artist based in Chicago. Her process is inspired by color and pattern found in nature, often using a variety of media including acrylic, watercolor, ink, pastels and glass beads. Luckily for her fans, Kristi has translated her work into a home line that includes bold, vibrant linen textiles, pillows, poufs and most recently wall coverings, all created from original artwork and fully-customizable.
Caitlin McGauley is a New York City based artist and illustrator, with clients ranging from Hermes Paris to Tiffany & Co. Formerly a textile designer for Ralph Lauren Home, Caitlin infuses her work with whimsical pattern and bold color. She is best known for her detailed watercolors of interiors and her fashion forward sumi ink portraits. More recently, Caitlin has made a name for herself in the interior design world as a wallpaper designer.
Ashley Woodson Bailey
A self-taught photographer, Ashley Woodson Bailey sought to create a lasting flower arrangement through the lens of a camera after a life-changing accident in 2012 left her physically unable to create for large-scale events. Her eponymous brand naturally expanded to include wallpaper, fabrics, and limited-edition products as her desire to live among the flowers grew.