The Craftswomen

The Craftswomen

This Women's History Month, we're honoring those making history right here, right now. There's no time like the present to support women in business. We're proud to stock our shop with fellow female founded brands who continually inspire us through their creations. 
Adriana Lemus


When she's not creating custom collections for Nomada, Adriana Lemus' work ranges from abstract to realistic sculpted ceramics that are inspired by and meant to empower the female figure. In her most recent series, Adriana uses underglaze and glaze to paint "selfies" that have been submitted by her friends and collectors. 

"My vision with my work is that every woman will come to appreciate and love her body. I hope that we move away from an unrealistic media ideal of women’s bodies and move toward embracing the body that we have been blessed with."


Adriana Lemus Ceramics | Female Makers  | Women's History Month

Casey O'Connel


California artist Casey O'Connell's work has been featured in The New York Times and New American paintings — and in Nomada hotels. The original 'Digging Deeper' is on display at Skyview Los Alamos, while Hotel Ynez features her art prints in every room.
"The paintings I create are often autobiographical dialogues that capture both my inner twelve-year-old and the woman who knows better. I paint what I live and what I feel."
Casey O'Connell Artist
Jeriel Sydney & Bobbie Cunningham


Created by Jeriel Sydney, FableRune is a small-batch, all-natural skincare company based in Los Osos, California. Born from her need for pregnancy-safe bath and body products, FableRune's holistic, healing approach to self-care is inspired by the enduring power of natural ingredients and grounded in beauty wisdom passed down through the generations. 

"My question is always “how do we heal?” Then we go forward from there. How do we heal our skin, how do we heal our perception of beauty and belonging? How do we create a space where people feel seen and accepted and their individual skincare needs are being met with compassion?" 


Jeriel Sydney & Bobbie Cunningham | FableRune Female Founders | Women's History Month

Naomi Holmes
Lazy Goods Jewelry


Handmade using precious metals and incorporating natural and one-of-a-kind gemstones, Lazy Goods jewelry is made by Naomi Holmes at her studio/boutique in Morro Bay. In addition to carrying some of her best selling pieces (like the Worry Stone Necklace) in our lobby markets, we've had the pleasure of collaborating with Naomi on custom designs for Nomada. 
Naomi Holmes, Lazy Goods Jewelry 
Next on the Decologue: read about our Nomada's own leading lady, Kimberly Walker, founder and creative director. 

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