Artists

Stacy D’Aguiar

Hello! I’m a San Diego artist originally from Washington D.C. I was born in 1974, and became an artist at an early age. My love of nature and the human spirit inspires me to combine human and natural forms, along with ornate textures to create visually stunning creations on canvas, metal and wood.

I have a BA in Graphic Design from Virgina Tech, and working professionally for over 15 years. It’s my honor to provide high quality logos and branding packages to my clients.

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www.unreal-art.com

(Stacy is bChill’s head designer. If it wasn’t for her bChill would not exist. She has done our logo, branding and our finest designs. And somehow she knows everything going on in my head. Amazing.)

 

 

Karen Real-Athens

My love of travel to distant and beautiful areas around the world has inspired me to capture the sights and sounds of these amazing places through mediums of acrylics, watercolor, oil, pastels, and charcoal. The Fine Art paintings and sculptures are a combination of vibrant colors and realistic images from the exotic places I have traveled to and lived. These memories are transformed onto canvas, paper, and wood from my coastal California studio.

Through formal Art education, I earned a BFA degree in design, painting, color theory, and Visual Communications, with a minor in photography and printmaking. I began my artistic career with painted commissions for many prestigious clients. The commissioned work included site specific, public works, residential, and commercial. My extensive travel to Europe, Canada, British Virgin Islands, and the Caribbean also led me to opportunities to work as an Artist in Ireland, Mexico, and the West Indies. My work has been exhibited throughout the United States in New York, Wisconsin, Arizona, and California, along with private collectors worldwide. k.r.a

http://www.behance.net/karenathens

(We are so happy and proud to have Karen join the bChill Family. Hope you enjoy her work as much as we do.)

 

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