The colorful ceramic cookware from J. Schatz is the ultimate host, hostess, or foodie gift, elevating any meal and making the culinary process feel like an artistic revelation.
James Polisky’s prints effortlessly combine whimsy and cool with a touch of angst, perfect for when the holiday cheeriness has become a little too much.
Mimi Kirchner’s woolen “art dolls” are the perfect present for the child or inner-child in your life, with delightfully strong Wes Anderson vibes.
This red and silver necklace from artist Paulette Werger, made with flowing, organic shapes, sings holiday cheer while staying super on-trend. You’ll be the red envy of the Yuletide ball with this elegant chain.
These wooden chairs lovingly crafted by Geoffrey Warner are designed with your comfort in mind. Made to look like an owl, they add an adorable "hoot" to any living space.
Give the gift of cozy luxury with this glamorous Swarovski crystal-embellished cashmere crafted by Elyse Allen, a Santa Fe-based artist and RISD alum.
Check out the one-of-a-kind wearable art, like this handbag, by Kathleen Dustin. Crafted with a simple geometric design and eye-popping color, this will be sure to add a sophisticated personal touch to any outfit.
Delight your eyes with the canvases by Nixon Leger, an award-winning painter from Haiti, whose paintings gleam with intensity in colorful and triumphant strokes.
The natural world is Sheila Pallay’s muse. Her photographs show range, clarity of vision and a passion for her work. These might just trick your friends into thinking that you went to art school.
These architecturally inspired—and delightfully mismatched—earrings made by Ayala Naphtali will make you shine bright at any holiday party.
This merry and bright purse by Joy Raskin combines metal artistry, fashion, and a touch of whimsy all in one. A metalsmith since 1984, her skill and ingenuity are palpable. This purse may not conceal your items, but it sure makes them look extra cheery.
Wine and cheese? Yes please! These artful serving vessels are from Brooklyn-based woodworker Phil Gautreau, who creates dazzling serving plates made from repurposed, locally-sourced wood.