Michelle "Shell" Rummel, premier designer, fine artist and owner of Shell Artistree LLC is proud to offer these exceptionally designed wedding products that embody the journey of life and love.
Celebrating the joy of creation, Shell's contemporary design style, uniquely artistic and modern, offers a fresh, creative vision to her wedding and life cycle products. This collection of exquisite and distinctive designs appeals to modern couples who appreciate the value of fine art, custom design and impeccable craftsmanship.
Well known for her clean style, an artist's eye for color, texture and form, and a gift for poetic wordplay, Shell enjoys a loyal following for her award-winning fine art which can often be found exhibited at juried shows, as well as in personal and corporate art collections around the world.
In her own words...
I see the world differently than most. I'm most at peace when I am mixing colors, damp brush in hand, music blaring and the sun shining white light over my shoulder onto my watercolor paper. I don't get to paint as much as my soul would like, but when I do, it's magic.
My art studio is always filled with music, artistic inspiration and a revolving door of visiting guests... my always amusing and fabulous kids, Jordan and Lexi... my husband of 18 years and 'treasure map X', Jeff... my many unique and wonderful friends. I wear jeans everyday and often go barefoot. I love to answer the phones and talk to my clients. I always ask what design is their favorite...their choice tells me a lot about them. We become connected simply because my art, every stroke, contains so much of me.
Running Shell Artistree comes easy to me. A group of creative, smart funny and lovely women make up my team. We laugh an awful lot, but we also all work hard, creating and building this company, day by day, to fulfill my vision and dream. A little piece of each of us ends up in every product we offer to our clients.
I have found my path. I am fulfilled. I somehow feel as if I am doing exactly what I was destined to do.
I wouldn't want it any other way. Visit Shell's blog