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Our Artists

Andrea Mehdiratta

Andrea Mehdiratta is a wife, mother and self-taught digital collage artist based in Austin, Texas. Andrea's work is filled with messages of encouragement, inspiration, and humor. 

Online, we offer her art in 8" x 10" glossy prints with rich and bright colors. Andrea M also makes her prints larger scale in vintage window frames; for inquiries on these products please shoot us a Facebook message or email, or just come into the store and look at them in person!

Ha Le

Ha Le is a young, Vietnamese-American jewelry designer based out of Austin, TX. Ha Le is the owner and designer of her own jewelry brand Less is More Jewelry. She created the brand with the modern kindhearted and strong-willed women in mind. All of her jewelry is handcrafted with brass, 14k gold filled and sterling silver findings, and real semi precious gemstones.

Sam Hurt

Sam Hurt spends many days and many nights painting, drawing, and trying to come up with ideas.  He gets great pleasure hearing about or watching people enjoy his work. He feels a little pretentious writing about himself in the third person. 

Sam attended University of Texas School of Law, where he received a Doctor of Jurisprudence.  He got out of the practice of law before doing any lasting harm, and enjoys an inactive status with the State Bar of Texas.


Ginger Grasley

Ginger is a fifth generation Texas artist. She works primarily with acrylic and metal. Her art explores the intimate relationship between visual arts and music. She creates paintings of significant musical instruments placing them in situations that represent the musical style and energy of their fans, pop-culture of the times and other idiosyncrasies associated with the musicians. By combining an energetic use of color and metal she strives to capture both the raw energy and power of the subject instrument. 


Pat Pheifer

Pat began making jewelry in 2008 after retiring from a graphic art career. Her first ever scrabble tile bracelet was one of the Beatles and its success led her to create over 80 other designs. She also makes guitar pick jewelry to celebrate Austin's music scene as well as some silversmithing to satisfy her love of working with fire. Pat creates all of her jewelry in her Brentwood, Texas studio, Phireworks Studios. 

Peter Witt

 Sheila Fay 

Sheila Fay began her love for design in Austin, Texas at a little shop called Crazy Joe’s. A New York inspired fashion boutique on the Northwest side. Her love for design took her to Dallas, New York and Chicago where she developed her talent as a visual merchandiser and stylist for many high-end retailers.

Several years ago, Sheila had an opportunity to return to the Austin area with her family. Here, she continued her love for fashion by developing a line of women’s accessories including hats, handbags, and jewelry. It didn’t take long to realize that jewelry was her passion.

Sheila now designs a unique line of jewelry with a bohemian, southwest flare. She uses gemstones such as amazonite, druzy, jasper and turquoise to embellish her designs. Sheila’s designs are inspired by her roots in Austin and a love for the south!