I'm Marilyn Perez and my shop is Pulp Sushi, full of bold and colorful handmade "retro-inspired" jewelry. Born and raised in New York, I currently live in Fishkill with my boyfriend. I have a major sweet-tooth, a love for low-brow art, books, music, photography, knitting/crochet, and working on my personal blog. My jewelry is inspired by mid-century nostalgia mixed with gothic Victorian glamour. I'm the Blogger-In-Chief (a title I just gave myself right this moment).
Neely McCormick lives and works in Suffern, NY in her newly renovated studio that she is gaga over. Formerly a professional in the performing arts, she made the transition to multi-media art as a hobby first, when her son was a toddler and has slowly grown into the work she makes and sells today. She is married to a folk/rock singer/songwriter and has raised a hip hop artisit and has a spectacularly diverse taste in music.
Jody Lee was born in San Francisco and graduated from Academy of Art University in SF. She has worked as an illustrator in the publishing industry for many years. Her art has graced the covers of many well-known authors in children’s books, fantasy and science fiction. She has received numerous awards and her paintings have hung in shows at the Delaware Art Museum and the Society of Illustrators Museum in New York City. Several of her works have been selected to appear in the volumes of “Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art.” Jody has always enjoyed other disciplines and crafts, and has been a glassworker for the last ten years. Jody lives in Westchester County with her husband and children.
Becky is a retired physical therapist, living in Poughkeepsie. She's been painting for 10 years. Her work includes contemporary folk art and traditional iconography, using acrylics or egg tempera. She enjoys telling stories through her paintings. Check out her weekly posts "Signs & Guideposts for the Creative Life" every Saturday.
Becky J Nielsen Contemporary Folk Art
Pebbles In The Water