Meet Our Artisans

N'gai Collective was born and thrives on inclusivity and elevating the creativity and success of every collaborator. Each artisan receives a generous percentage of sales from each piece purchased!


Lisa Soulvera

A lifelong Marketing and PR Guru, Lisa started studying Shibori (Japanese “refined” tie-dying) 6 years ago. She joyfully creates for humans, homes, pets and sets. Her lifetime imperative has been to spread love, assist in raising the collective vibration & breaking through to the 5th dimension through awareness, mindfulness & LOVE. She “cooks” every single piece with crystals, palo santo, sage while incanting prayers, singing, dancing & intentionally infusing positive affirmations while she creates. The pieces vibrate and are tasked with being physical ambassadors & tools to spread love and joy that correlate to the power of the crystals she uses. SOULVERA is the overarching brand that cradles her physical creativity, commitment to mindfulness/spirituality and her successful life-coaching practice, mentoring & public speaking.

"Finally - my life, work & purpose are aligned and in FLOW!”


Image: Timothy Hill



Oscar King IV

Oscar W. King IV, is a multimedia artist who explores his creative expression in ink/color pencil drawings, oil painting, air brushing, ceramics, logo designs, tattoo designs and various other applications. Detroit, MI  born and bred, he is a 3rd generation artist regularly commissioned to create murals in cafes, night clubs, restaurants, better barbershops and beauty salons.

2019-present, Oscar created several paintings with joint exhibitions in Charleston and Florence, SC and continues to create for both private clients and public commissions.

“Living life is an art in itself!”


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Arianne King Comer

Arianne King Comer is an artist, educator, art consultant, and indigo advocate. Her work is expressed in paintings, wearable, installation, & environmental art, home decor, as well as in social justice.

In 2020, Arianne created an incredible wearable art line for Tucker NYC. Several of her paintings are held in private collections including the Jasper, the Charleston Cultural Affairs Department, Island Breeze of Mosquito Beach, The Jamestown Historic Foundation, Lynden Sculpture Garden Foundation, the Shomburg Center and the Smithsonian African American Museum.

Summer 2021, Arianne moved to Wadmalaw Island, SC in pursuit of creating an environment for textile and cultural experiences for creatives and ecotourism.


Image: Jack Alterman

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