One of my favorite things about Huntsville is the fun and diverse art scene. This past weekend, I got to stroll around the Lowe Mill Outdoor Market and meet some incredible artists and jewelry makers.
Read on to learn about 5 female and Black-owned jewelry and art businesses you need to check out in the Rocket City.
1. Lady A’s Hobby
If you’re looking for aromatherapy jewelry in Huntsville, Lady A’s Hobby is the way to go. You can pair this jewelry with your favorite essential oils to give you what you need for the day—energy, tranquility and more.
2. FALL Makings
Handcrafted jewelry with fun personality—that’s how I would describe FALL Makings. If you love unique earrings, you have to shop these items on Etsy.
3. Jazzy’s Crochet Creations
Jazzy’s Crochet Creations features adorable stuffed animals, hats, bags and more. Any of these items would make an amazing gift for a friend—or for yourself!
4. ART prints by Sannera
If you love prints, you’ll love browsing the amazing work created by Sannera. I enjoyed asking her about each piece and hearing her creative thought process behind the artwork.
You can find Sannera at the Outdoor Market at Lowe Mill on Saturdays!
5. Allisa Hu Art
Creating illustrations, watercolor journals, paintings, comics and more, Allisa Hu is an amazingly talented Huntsville artist. She loves to tell the stories of minorities and marginalized groups through her artwork, incorporating a diversity that is often missing from mainstream media.