Emelie Richardson

Emelie Richardson is a fiber artist whose studio practice spans painting and craft. Emelie earned a BFA from the University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts and currently lives in Chimayo, New Mexico, where she has apprenticed and worked closely with 7th generation master weavers for several years. While her practice is tied to Rio Grande weaving through technique, Emelie’s work pushes the boundaries of traditional process and design. Her interests lie in speaking a visceral language, highlighting subtleties in material, surface and tonality. She explores and emphasizes unique relationships between painting and weaving, embracing chance and improvisation as enduring elements in the process. Imagery in her work often mimics the repetitive and meditative qualities of weaving itself. Other themes embedded in Emelie’s work relate to sense of place and body/landscape relationships.

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Elena Brower

Mother, humanitarian, artist, teacher, bestselling author and host of the Practice You Podcast, Elena Brower has taught yoga and meditation since 1999. After graduating from Cornell University in 1992, she designed textiles and apparel for almost a decade before turning her focus to the practices of yoga, meditation, art, and writing.

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Stella Maria Baer

Stella Maria Baer is a painter and photographer from Santa Fe, New Mexico. In her work she explores the mythology of the desert, the cosmology of space, and the topography of the human body. For the past eight years, she has worked on a series of paintings of moons and planets and photographed abstract desert landscapes. Her practice looks at the relationship between how we see women and how we treat land, in paintings made from dirt and rock, in photographs of nudes in desert canyons, and in surrealist portraits of women riding horses into future eras. Stella's paintings and photographs have been featured by The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Time Magazine, Scientific American, Architectural Digest, Sunset Magazine, Westword, and ArtNews. Her pieces are in public and private collections all over the world. Stella lives on a little ranch south of Santa Fe with her husband Seth and their three children, Wyeth, Whitman, and Winona, and an appaloosa horse named Moon and Stars.

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Lucrecia Troncoso

Fine ceramics designed and handcrafted in Santa Fe, NM by Lucrecia Troncoso, visual artist by profession, and ceramicist since her childhood. From beginning to end, each piece is worked with absolute care, loved with each finger touch, believed to be a meeting point between people and the world, and designed to give sensations of joy and well-being. Without losing sight of its origins in mud, each piece is refined for an ethereal and distinct existence rooted in morphological and chromatic simplicity. Each design is handmade one by one, stoneware, selectively glazed, lightweight, and food-safe. Lucrecia uses low-impact processes, conserving our resources, and facilitating the reuse of materials.

“My wish is that my ceramics, when being held, awaken the desire not only to use, but to nourish and to care.”

- Lucrecia

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Arella Hordyk

Arella Hordyk is a Canadian artist living and working in New Mexico with a background in farming, floral design, museology, and education. Interested in elevating sustainable floral design, her work draws from the forms, colors, textures, imperfections, and labors of nature to play with our ideas of beauty, value, and environment. Having spent the last decade farming organic flowers and food in regions across the US and Canada, she is committed to the curation and story of local, seasonal, and both environmentally and humanly viable materials. Her floral practice showcases the gothic appeal that is the life cycle of plants and circumstance.

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Natalie Pfau

PFAU first began unofficially in the 1980s when Natalie’s aunt Carola began collecting textiles while living and working in Japan. She was especially drawn to folk textiles and sought out the mended worker’s coats, boro patchwork futon covers and hemp mosquito nets that were largely overlooked at the time. Years later, Natalie started her own vintage textile business but chose Mexico and Guatemala as areas of focus. Natalie started PFAU in 2021 as a way to share an evolving mix of textile focused products – a combination of Carola’s textile collection and Natalie’s own textile journey.

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Bianca Shannon

Kit Santa Fe is a New Mexico-based accessories line founded by Bianca Shannon. The collection is inspired by her cowgirl-equestrian background and life in the Southwest. The company was named after her horse, Kit, the “One-Eyed-Wonder,” who lives happily in the hills of Santa Fe.

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Kristi Frank Montaño

Kristi Frank Montaño founded Salt Grass in 2015. After producing jewelry for notable brands in NYC & Maine, Kristi fully brought forth her independent collections after returning home to Santa Fe. A native of New Mexico, her work is characterized by symbolic shapes and textures, observed in the high desert, mystical mountains, and aspen forests. Each design is hand foraged and carefully made with recycled materials and sustainable practices. Salt Grass jewelry creates pieces to be passed down for generations.

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Sara Moffat

Founded by Sara Moffat, LDBA watercolor paint is handmade on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM. Pure pigment is mixed with natural watercolor medium consisting of stabilized gum arabic (sap from the acacia tree), honey, and glycerine. The paint is very pigmented and has a rich, opaque, and pure quality. 100% toxin-free. Plus, they last longer than conventional paints!

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Maya Keane

Maya Keane is a holistic healing practitioner based in Santa Fe, NM. In her practice, she incorporates her knowledge and expertise of classical homeopathy, flower remedies, and breathwork to help her clients heal. She is devoted to helping people become happier and healthier through accessing their natural healing potential.

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Manon Pierme

Manon Pierme, owner of Manolla, is a licensed nutrition and wellness practitioner on a mission to harmonize people’s health through an array of dietary modalities. She received her accreditation at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and later received her Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) certification in New Mexico while also becoming a certified Ayurvedic self-care educator. This gave her the necessary knowledge and intuition to begin a practice specializing in food intolerance/digestive health, weight management, and women’s health.

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