Gabriela Marshall grew up on the North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston and she currently works as a freelance Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Painter, and Photographer.
Gabriela is inspired by the natural beauty of the universe. She is passionate about figurative painting & drawing and she frequently studies from observation.
Member of the Boston chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design and Galleries at Lynn Arts in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Travis Czekalski and Jon Stommel
Travis Czekalski and Jon Stommel work collaboratively as ‘Rather Severe’, creating Murals, Illustrations, and Public Art, to inspire their community and enrich the experience of being in public spaces.Their works are a conversation with a wide variety of residential and commercial clients, whom they encourage to share their visions for an art piece and then work with to realize those visions within their own unique visual language.In this way the work creates a direct connection between the artists, their clients, and the communities and places that their artwork becomes a part of.
Michael Lovett, is an incredible friend we attended Columbus College of Art and Design together. He now works with his family’s design company. to beat describe what they do: Creative, responsive, reliable, and talented is what we are. A team of creative thinkers, designers and artists is who we are.
When you work with us we’ll bring all these traits to the table so you have a team that can deliver what you need. Ideas, check! Technical skills, check! Everything we develop for you will be unique. Each solution is customized for your brand.
Amy Massey is a visual artist and bodyworker living in Asheville, NC.She grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and received a BFA from Columbus College of Art & Design.The allusive dynamic of human relationships and the energetic healing nature she has come to know through her work as a massage therapist are prominent themes explored throughout her paintings.All of these works are created with the intention of tapping into a space that feels nurturing and sacred.
Nate Marshall grew up in Wakefield Massachusetts and studied illustration at the Massachusetts College of Art and design in Boston, Massachusetts. He now lives in Southern Vermont with his partner Allie, their two dogs, a cat, and some chickens. Nate is the graphic designer for FinAllie Ferments, as well as a passionate homesteader, blacksmith, musician, builder, and illustrator.
Nate is inspired by observing the natural world , inner dreamscapes, sound,and working hands-on with various media.
Sarah Carbonneau (she/they) is a multi-disciplinary artist. Sarah grew up near Boston and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Vermont. Now, after years of distancing herself from art in the names of perfectionism and productivity, to engage in creation is a deeply visceral form of healing. Most pieces navigate the concept of layered identity and parts of self in some way. Sarah is inspired by collective liberation and those who work towards that idea with their whole hearts.
Allie Dercoli has been an active glass maker since 2008. (BFA Sculpture and Art History). In 2019, Allie had the privilege of working at The Corning Museum of glass with Martin Janeski and Darin Dension.She attended the Pilchuck glass school 2009 and has worked alongside multiple talented glass masters: Marc Boutte, Einar and Jamex De La Torre. Allie’s own works regularly include moving or kinetic parts. She plays with ephemeral elements, performance light and sound environments; her works often reflect the political world and sell for donations to support women’s rights organizations. Allie has curated several local barn art shows for her community in West Townshend, Vermont. She currently has a studio in Brattleboro at 121 Birge street at the Buoyant Heart Artist collective.