May 1st, 2018

Inspiration for Mother’s Day

Published in RAW Features

 

With Mother’s Day soon approaching, the question “what should I get her?” has probably crossed your mind. If it hasn’t yet, my apologies for the panic you just experienced, and I dedicate the rest of this blog to you.

What better gift to give your one-of-a-kind mom than a hand-crafted work of art! You are, of course, welcome to pour over tens of thousands of RAW artists yourself, but we thought to make it easier and hand selected a few artists to start your search.

Brought to you by our team: Jaden Brodie


Rachel Reynolds

 

Here’s a spin on the classic choice – a gorgeous bouquet – but Rachel’s paintings have a leg up on any store bought freshly cut flowers. These brightly colored depictions will perk up mom’s living room or bedroom year-round and live through many Mother’s Days to come.

@rachelreynoldsart


Pan&Tea

 

For the down-to-earth mom who buys organic, look no further than Pan&Tea. Inspired by natural wonders, these accessories elegantly balance bohemian flair with minimalist style to accentuate her free spirit. 

@_panandtea_


Paper Bird Studio Jewelry

 

Modern-day sophistication transcends in the form of these delicate adornments, bound to attract eyes and enhance ears! Get your mom heaps of compliments. Each unique piece is cut, sanded, textured and shaped by hand. Additionally, raw stones provide a complimentary contrast to the gleaming metals. 

@paperbirdstudiojewelry


Life & Lemons

 

Give mom the gift of words! With calligraphy and illustrations that range from inspiring to humorous, you’re sure to find a piece that encapsulates your family dynamic, and resonates with the character that can only be your mom.

@lifeandlemonsdesign 


Tiddinpottery

 

These inspired ceramic wares are functional artwork for the dining table or the wall. Formed using techniques learned from master artists, they can make dinner look even more appetizing. Serve mom brunch on Tiddin Pottery plates, bowls or even from a teapot. We’re positive she’ll smile.

@tiddin.pottery