(The Great Wave image credit to Svetlana Petrova of Fat Cat Art and her muse, Zarathustra.)
Many thanks to Brooklyn, NY – based illustrator Danie Drankwalter for her beautiful work and for capturing brewmaster Billy’s essence so perfectly.
Sheila Mullen is a FOC co-founder, partner and creator of most-things-except-beer-related here at the brewery. Prior to beginning the process of starting this company, she was an American Sign Language teacher and interpreter and an assemblage collage artist. She now is a full-time FOC vibe master, web designer and photographer, business manager and animal wrangler.
Scott Cross is not only a skilled brewer but also a talented woodworker. He hand crafts and engraves each individual tap handle from beautiful felled wood on his property.
These chairs are stunning and extremely well-built.
Tina McCurdy is a fine artist who uses a variety of mediums and surfaces in her work. She captures nature’s details in paint and pencil and is also known for her murals in the U.S., Canada and Europe (Eli Cannon’s in Middletown, CT is a wonderful example).
Carla Waclawski is not only our distribution manager but also an artist, medical illustrator and creative professional. She loves to draw inspiration from the biological and natural world and create colorful paintings that spark curiosity and intrigue.
Richard Hatfield Kinetic and static welded sculptures. Richard and Edith Hatfield have a wonderful studio shop on Route 66 here in East Hampton, CT, usually open in fair weather on the weekends only.
Bio: Raised in England, Beverley attended Grimsby College of Art before moving to the United States of America. She continued her education in the USA earning a Bachelors Degree in Art Education from Central Connecticut University and her Masters from Wesleyan University with a concentration in Art. Beverley currently resides in East Hampton, CT