Sonoma Art Directory
artists with Etsy
Kristel Phears is an artist of fine jewelry and also a photographer, who has a store on Etsy and accepts custom orders for everyday or bridal occasions. Her favorite materials are gold, sterling, fine silver, gemstones, natural stones, copper, and crystal. She also creates fine art photography of the natural world.
Wine Country Wood, the Etsy store, is run by a husband and wife team that creates items for the home out of reclaimed wine barrels from Sonoma County wineries. The barrel wood is brought back to life and each piece has unique character. Their favorite materials are reclaimed/recycled wood, Oak, Redwood, and Cedar.
Jonathan Nalywaiko makes shabby chic, unique items and home decor crafts, out of reclaimed materials, and sells them at Attic22, his Etsy shop. His favorite materials are wood, wine barrels, license plates, and reclaimed fences.
Lyn Swan creates handmade porcelain artware, as well as festive tableware and whimsical, playful “happy pots”.
Rod Surber makes bowls, chalices, goblets, vases, boxes, kitchenware and other wooden gift items in functional and sculptural designs. His wood turnings are hand-crafted from locally salvaged timbers.
The artist Kristin Meuser paints landscapes, most often outdoors and on location throughout California and the Southwest. She also teaches classes on nature journaling with watercolors.
Kate Williams from Across the Street Photography specializes in landscape photos of Sonoma County and the Pacific Coast.
Donna Ahlstrand has been creating art gourds for over ten years. She also creates bright and fun clay jewelry, Dreamcatchers, and other crafts for the home.
Melinda Talbot creates original jewelry designs with semiprecious stones, sterling silver and and workable metals.
Pip Marquez de la Plata of Foxglove Sonoma offers you premium quality, originally designed pillows for the home. The Etsy shop offers a selection of hand sewn decorative throw pillows featuring the latest decor trends. Foxglove Sonoma uses only high quality fabrics such as organic cotton, linen, and suede.
Maggie Henry is an artist and jewelry designer. She runs two Etsy stores, The Painted Spirit for her mixed media art and watercolors, and My Bauble Emporium for her jewelry and artisan arts for the body and home.
James Reynolds creates oil paintings and pastels of landscapes, wildlife and portraits.
Jewelry designer Tammi Young creates gold, silver and gemstone earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.
The Sonoma Valley photographer Charlotte Dressen offers an assortment of photography of the wine county, Bay Area, Pacific Ocean, nature and food.
Susie Edson of Bungalow Bunny, an Etsy store, is a textile artist who designs and creates hand-made original designs, passionate pillows, linens and textiles.”I’ve been collecting Antique and Vintage textiles for decades. My materials are the finest quality, rare and gorgeous. With them I create lovely handmade pillows and linens, and sometimes clothing and other useful items.”
Jessica Jones of Gould Hat Designs is a Sonoma County millinery artist, who makes womens and mens hats from felt or straw using traditional millinery techniques.
Roxanna Ahlborn creates finely hand-painted purses and accessories, known as wearable art and fiber graphics, and also limited edition art prints. “All of my handpainted purses are one of a kind pieces of art.” Roxy attended the California College of Arts and is a native of Sonoma County.
As a costume designer, Sonja Roberts appreciates the fabric, line and details of antique fashion. She also repurposes vintage clothes into “dreamy art jackets.” Sonja has a Masters in Costume Design and a background in theater.
Sissy Roo’s Closet is a sweet and sassy boutique that offers girls custom clothing, fun hair accessories, and rhinestone bling t-shirts. Favorite materials include felt, cotton, fleece, and ribbons.
Scott Carrillo is an expressive artist who uses acrylics, oil paints and mixed media. His subject matters include the Sonoma landscape and figures.
Erik Chipchase is known for artworks in letterpress, hot metal type, silkscreen and digital media. His subject matters often reflect his love for fin de siecle posters, early 20th century advertising, military subject matters, and historical detail.
Karen Ellen Arendell is an artist who paints symbolic and expressive paintings and signage. She has a background in design, fine art, photography, writing and art direction. Her favorite materials include acrylic, watercolor, ink, marker, pencil, paper, metal, and wood.
Suzi Eszterhas is an award-winning wildlife photographer of Sonoma Many of her baby animal photos are available at Etsy. Her photography has been featured in TIME Magazine, GoodMorningAmerica.com, TodayShow.com, Ranger Rick Magazine, National Geographic Kids Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, and BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Suzi Eszterhas is the photographer of the new book, A Future for Cheetahs. To bring this book to market, the writer Dr. Laurie Marker and wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas have teamed up to bring you the most intimate portrait yet of the world’s fastest land animal, the cheetah. It is the story of the cheetah’s race against extinction, illustrated with some of the rarest and most beautiful images yet of the wild cheetah.
See also the animal photography books by Suzi Eszterhas.
The artist Jenny Paisley owns and operates Blockhead Press, a Petaluma-based printing operation. She creates a collection of art cards, prints, gifts and items for the home that are handcrafted with original linocut images.
Sharon McAuley designs and creates low fire and porcelain ceramics. She sells her works on Etsy.
Sonoma artist Caitlin McCarthy creates original drawings of mythic, Celtic and romantic subjects.
The artist Barbara Giles creates colorful and abstract fine art and note cards. She likes to work with acrylic paint, gouache, graphite and ink, on wood panel, canvas, and paper.
Sharon Pillsbury is the artist-creator of Wine Country Charm, a little bit of wine country in jewelry and art. She provides Sonoma wine country photos in prints and canvas wraps. She also creates wine charm jewelry.
Linda Donohue is a fine artist who grew up at Muir Beach and in the Napa Valley, now residing in Sonoma County. Her acrylics, figurative paintings and encaustic works are often inspired by the Northern California terrain and horses. She is also the president of the Petaluma Arts Association, and the founder of COCA the Coalition of California Artists, a group marketing to the home furnishings industry Linda studied fine art at CCSF and graphic design at Platt College in San Francisco. She worked many years as a designer in the furniture business, as featured on HGTV and Extreme Makeover.
Sonoma County artist Kathleen Fitzpatrick creates nature photography of the wine country, and colorful, original landscapes and abstract acrylic paintings.