Our Artisans

Amanda Talley

Amanda Talley’s abstract art is spontaneous and expressive, and most widely known for its signature swirling lines. This New Orleans artist’s work spans from paintings, to fabrics, to wallpapers. Talley says: “Inspiration is ever present and universal for those who choose to witness it. To create and to be a creative is the highest form of reciprocation to our creator.”

Logan Ledford

A Louisiana native, Logan describes her art as “A sense of chaos, a sense of constant changing tides that pulls into a whirlwind of ambitious ideation. In contrast, the need to organize and control overwhelms these ever changing tides. Long story short – chaos – organized.”


Alexa Pulitzer

For over 20 years, Alexa Pulitzer has designed custom stationery and private label collections. Drawing on her Italian textile artistry background, Pulitzer combines the Old World and the Big Easy to create completely unique and sophisticated paper collections. She has created collections for Bergdorf Goodman, Tory Burch, Pottery Barn, Mignon Faget and Anthropologie, in addition to countless other custom projects.

Brad Bourgoyne

Louisiana artist Brad Bourgoyne is known for his unique use of digital imaging to create stunning sculptures. Taking his tried and true methods, Brad has created a collection of dove ornaments and star tree toppers exclusively for Fig & Dove.

Coleman Taylor

Coleman Taylor designs are hand-painted by artisans in Montgomery, Alabama. With rich velvet and subtle metallic shimmer, each of these designs is inspired by architectural fragments and historic motifs. The timeless designs of the Vienna, Kitzbuhel and Linz collections will add elegance to your home this holiday season and for years to come.


Fortuny Fabrics is world-renowned for their luxurious hand-made textiles, created in secrecy behind the gates of their century-old Italian factory. In 1910, founder Mariano Fortuny developed a unique printing process that is still used today. Drawing design inspiration from ancient and modern cultures around the world, items crafted from Fortuny fabrics are truly heirloom items that can be passed on for generations.

Michael Savoia

By adding traditional embroidery elements in an untraditional way, Michael Savoia is bringing back the use of embroidered accents. Each design has been carefully crafted in his Villa Savoia Rhode Island studio using a variety of embroidery techniques to turn an object into a truly magnificent work of art.

Mia Kaplan

South Louisiana artist Mia Kaplan combines her talents as a painter, sculptor and textile designer to create unique abstract works. Deriving inspiration from the unique natural environment in the South, Kaplan has created an exclusive collection of painted wooden tabletop sculptures and sculptural wreaths.