Ramya Art Studio | Ramya K.

Instagram: @ramya_artstudio

"I'm a self taught artist and hugely inclined to do art on women. I like to portray women and their beauty in different ways. I work with watercolors, oils, acrylics and gouache mediums for painting. Thanks for visiting my collection and appreciate your interest in my work."

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Get to know your co-owner, Jeni!

Get to know your co-owner, Jeni!

(Quoted from The Merchantile's Podcast) "On today's episode, we talk with Jeni, owner of BehindTheBits... a cartoonist and pun enthusiast from Gilbert, Arizona. Her love for comics and drawing have led her to where she is today. Almost two years ago she look the leap of faith and quit her day job to focus on her small businesses full time and gladly admits that she has NEVER looked back." (cont.)
August 16, 2020 — Jeni Himmer
Customer Spotlight - Zybrena Porter

Customer Spotlight - Zybrena Porter

"Every day I get to encourage artists of all ages to follow their dreams of creating. After 10 years in the field of Graphic Design, I decided that becoming a full time Fine Artist was still the most important dream I had yet to fulfill. I enrolled in a one year class called the Mastery Program at the Milan Art Institute. The promise was that in one year, I would possess all the skills necessary to be a professional artist." (cont.)
August 16, 2020 — Jeni Himmer
Customer Spotlight - Daniel Summerhill

Customer Spotlight - Daniel Summerhill

"I am a poetry professor now; however prior to me beginning my role as a professor, I was a bit of a poetry entrepreneur. My goal was to make poetry accessible and available to as many people as possible because I believe and it has been proven to change the world. So some of the things I did while a full time entrepreneur, I still do now, such as tour to other states to perform poetry and oftentimes when I do, I sell coffee mugs. Everyone wont read a book, but a lot of folks drink coffee, so why not put poetry on the mugs?" (cont.)
June 23, 2020 — Jeni Himmer

Our Favorite Quote

“We have your satellite. If you want it back send 20 billion in Martian money. No funny business or you will never see it again.”

A joke reportedly written on a wall in a hall at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, California, after losing contact with the Mars Polar Lander in December 1999.