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Artizan Made: A collective of handmade shops from around the world!


(Shown above: Rayela Art, SuiteVirginia, Gone Rustic, ElenaNL, AllthingsPretty, Saltwater Notions, Unique Batik, Lucuma Designs)

 

Honoring the past, we use familiar tools to innovate and look to the future. A world that embraces handmade also cares about sustainability, quality of life and beauty.

Artizan Made connects our shop members to a community that shares a passion for the techniques and training that inform the best of handmade.

 

Our Market links member products to their shops on Etsy or their own sites.

All of our members have been vetted based on talent and professionalism.

Connect with them and shop with confidence!

Located in Paducah, Kentucky, USA, with an International membership.
Cardboard Dragon by Jose Gabriel Lopez, Austin, Texas Artist
Cardboard Dragon by Jose Gabriel Lopez, Austin, Texas Artist

 

Jose Gabriel Lopez is a multi-talented self taught artist who loves to use waste materials in his work.  Inspired by Mexican folk art, he works in paper mache, oils, silver and mixed media.  This dragon was made out of shipping boxes.  See more photos and info here:  dragon on EtsyJose’s story.

 

Artizan ReMade, a study group

 

Artists have a special talent in disrupting the path of waste in our society.  We are killing our world with our excessive consumption, shipping packages, plastic usage and poor management of resources.  As a response, Artizan Made is committed to working on strategies that are rooted in the creative placemaking movement where art propels communities into action that energizes and sustains community life.  Learn more about Artizan ReMade here.

Featured Members

Linnea Pergola

Silk painter - New York, USA

Sweetbriar Studio Art

Whimsical clay creatures - Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Barbetta Lockart Contemporary Art and ITSA Studio

Mixed Media artist - international textiles, beads, and jewelry - Sacramento, California, USA

Bone Carving Art

Viking inspired carvings in bone, horn and antler - Ukraine

Doughty Designs

Textile and Fiber Artist

SuiteVirginia

Upcycled garments, accessories and art - California printer and fashion designer

Tija Crochet

Tapestry crochet accessories and home décor - Latvia

Singing Scarves

Hand painted silk scarves - Estonia

It’s Cactus

Fair Trade Haitian Metal Work

ShellyClayspot

Rustic clay tableware, vessels, pet portraits and Judaica - Israel

MayaMam Weavers

Guatemalan Fair Trade Weaving Collective

Rayela Art

Textile arts and vintage. Paducah, Kentucky, founder of Artizan Made.

From Our Market:    The Upcycled Collection

From Our Blog

Artizan ReMade – Focus on Fast Fashion

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Color Series: Green

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The Heart as a Symbol of Love

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Making Art Out of Trash (or just something useful…)

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ReMakers: Call to Action for Upcyclers!

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Holiday Gift Guide: Handmade Jewelry

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Holiday Gift Guide: Handmade Ornaments from Around the World

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Handmade Gifts for $30 and Under

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Come to the Table – The Handmade Touch

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Laura Lee Burch Needle Felt
Laura Lee Burch Needle Felt

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“That’s the thing with handmade items. They still have the person’s mark on them, and when you hold them, you feel less alone.”
― Aimee Bender, The Color Master: Stories


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