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3 Female Artists and Small Businesses You Need To Have On Your Radar

By: Tehila Sole

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Meetoosh/ Maytar Shapira


Meetoosh/ Maytar Shapira

Maytar is a young artist from New York currently living in Miami. She creates paintings, and prints that revolve around her Jewish culture and Israeli heritage, all in her signature style. Something about mixing the modernity of the line art, and thick Sharpie style, with her culture is so iconic, and truly and authentically Maytar. It's an art style that I don’t see replicated in Jewish art very often but makes me very happy to see it. If you buy prints, stickers, hats, commission an entire wall, whatever it might be, it doesn’t get cooler than this. 



Nike Adawi


Nike Adawi

If you want the aesthetic of the children’s book Madeleine, a jazz bar, and the streets of Paris immortalized in a piece of art, you must check out Nike Adawi’s paintings. I wish I held any artistic capability so that I might attempt to create something as beautiful. Reminds me of summertime jazz on the streets of Paris, (my version of heaven), I fear I need a croissant in my hand and a print on my wall immediately. 



Maggie Villamaria


Maggie Villamaria

If jewelry is your thing, Maggie Villamaria has you covered. Bold, bright, and beautiful, are not only descriptions of Maggie herself but the jewelry she creates. Her namesake brand, Maggie Villamaria Jewelry, creates stunning pieces that will have people stopping you on the street. Everything is handmade, and each drop is extremely well-curated with a vibe and aesthetic. If you come for the jewels, you’ll also be lured to stay with Maggie's amazing style!

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