Looking for local artists, creatives and makers in Barcelona?
The city is home to a wide range of talented artisans and creatives offering art and services. Due to rising costs in the Catalan capital, many artists have switched to online commerce and you can also find them on Instagram.
Local artists are keen to collaborate and receive commissions. They're are happy to meet with you personally in Barcelona to hand-deliver their products and artwork.
Get in touch and support local makers!
Barcelona's artists on Instagram
This ever-growing list is arranged in alphabetical order.
Abi Fantastic is an English painter, illustrator and curator. In the abstract expressionist style, Abi Fantastic's paintings work with bold colors and strokes, creating movement and expression. Always working in a mix of media, she mainly experiments with acrylic paint, spray paint, gloss paint and inks. She combines these materials in a way that create very uncontrollable marks while complimenting each other. Follow abifantastic >
Aby Mackie is an English artist whose textile and mixed media art is unified through a materials-led methodology combining storytelling and social commentary. Recurring themes can be identified as materialism, consumerism, value and memory. Each series investigates the interconnectedness of these themes through the language of materials. Follow Abymackie >
Aina is a Spanish designer who specializes in graphic design, VJ animation, illustration, body paint, live performance, giant macrame, face painting and more.... for all kinds of events and festivals. Get in touch to collaborate! Follow nalua.lab >
Original handmade pottery and ceramic art made in Barcelona. Amelia is an American artist inspired by nature and sustainable living; passionate about creating meaningful and enduring objects in a disposable world. Her artwork includes decorative plates, sculpture and wheel-thrown artisanal tableware. Contact Amelia for collaboration opportunities. Follow ameliajcreations >
Anitta is an Argentine artist who makes colorful handmade cloth compresses. Made from 100% Cotton and Cotton Jersey. Respectful of the environment and chemical-free, her products are ideal for everyday use, comfortable, washable, ecological and waterproof. Anitta also creates original embroidery celebrating the powerful feminine energy. Follow anittamoon >
Cara is an American Ceramic Artist who recently made her way to the top of the tableware empire! Cara creates custom made ceramics for Michelin Star restaurants all over the world. Her ceramics are inspired by nature handmade in Barcelona. She is actively seeking partners for collaboration. Follow caracaraorange >
Spanish Artist Cinta Vidal Agulló started drawing as a child and studied at Escola Massana in Barcelona when she was 16. She has worked in scenography, creating large backdrops for operas as well as a freelance illustrator. Today, Cinta paints artworks that defy gravity and structural conventions. Usually painted with acrylic on wood panels, Vidal’s works have a way of making the viewer both intrigued and frightened by what’s placed in front of them. Cinta is not currently taking commissions, but you can purchase original works online. Follow cinta_vidal >
Daniel is an English artist who lives and works from his studio in Barcelona, a city which he finds vibrant and inspiring. After gaining his fine art degree, Daniel studied in Barcelona and Winchester, where he was awarded his Master of Arts in European Fine Art. Following critical acclaim his colorful mixed-media paintings are now actively promoted both in London and Barcelona. Commissions available. Follow danielmeakinart >
Javier Hernan Rubinstein
Javier is an Argentine plastic artist, creative, sculptor, illustrator and facilitator of Arte Sentido art therapy method. Javier's focus is exploring creative potential from the senses as well as the creation of pottery using techniques from antiquity. His artwork and workshops combine knowledge and experience from his studies in Industrial Design and training in Jung Analytical Psychology, travel and extensive research an investigation into the ancient ceramic arts . Follow javierrubinstein >
Juan Guinazu (Madcins)
Juan Manuel Guinazu is a young Argentine artist that creates stimulating graffiti and street art. His unique style tells the story of his street smart upbringing full of adventures around the world and bright with colours. Guinazu serves his audience vibrant and intricate paintings with a touch of Argentine style. Contact Juan for collaborations and commissions! Follow madcinsart >
Muche is a French artist who's passionate about bronze sculpture. Her expressive work elicits feelings and generates emotions. Each work created by Muche is a statement of positivity. Her artwork embraces the human form: nudes and dancers in motion depicting positive energy; faces expressing joy, kindness and compassion; and hands that describe empowerment and strength. Follow muchesculpture >
Nicholas is an English artist based in Barcelona. He recently transitioned from oil painting to creating handmade ceramic tile murals. Each pieces is a custom-made work of art to integrate into your interior design. Nicholas is open to receiving requests for commissions and collaborations. Follow nicholasjohntaylor >
Paula Loew Ceramic Jewelry
Paula is a Brazilian artist creating one of a kind, bold hand made ceramic jewelry. Her unique, natural designs are reminiscent of coral reefs and other shapes and textures found in nature. You can find her at local craft markets, or get in touch to learn more Follow loew_paula >
Purificación Rodríguez is a Spanish artist and potter, focusing on interior design, illustrated tableware, service for restaurants, gifts and home decor. Her original illustrated pottery comes in natural tones or the traditional Mediterranean combination of blue and white. Follow purificreativa >
Ceren is a Turkish Artist who creates original ceramic tableware. Her products follow the motto: coz your life is not smooth. Her products are natural, lumpy and have imperfections. In fact, she says, "We all connect through our imperfections, which is perfect." Follow renceramica >