Matt Dove, Stephanie Karn and Joe Joe Herbick of Punk Rock Fish Studio
Punk Rock Fish Studio represents originality and alternative imagination that consistently creates interesting pieces of art. From fine art to custom furniture, unique frames and lighting the artists use salvaged woods, reclaimed materials derived 100% naturally.
Patti Backer grew up in Berlin where, as a child, she spent lots of time in her Grandparents’ garden. Her art is a mixture of folk and lowbrow, sweet and sinister. It has been shown in juried art shows and galleries on the Eastern Shore and throughout the United States. Patti is primarily self taught and paints anthropomorphic creatures that often have big eyes and sharp teeth on canvas, wood and furniture.Learn More
Patrick Henry’s journey began, and has continued for more than five decades on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, a land that author James Michener described as being saved by the mosquito in his book, Chesapeake; so much so, the Native Indians migrated to the western shore when the swarms came. It is a land of farms, marsh, ocean dunes, and long stretches of flats that look similar, but are so very different.Learn More
Brian Robertson is a local designer and artist. He combines his art and graphics background to create printing, also known as seriography, the process of forcing ink through a tightly woven screen. Sections of the screen are blocked with hardened emulsion and the ink is pulled across the screen with a squeegee, creating the print.
I’m a committed creative — armed with a ‘right-brain’ that has its wheels perpetually in motion.
I grew up in a small town in rural, western Pennsylvania with a famous groundhog, and after a series of life’s twists and turns, eventually landed at the beach in Ocean City, Maryland.
I’m here to help you write, share, and remember your story. I’m not only a photographer, but a designer fascinated with providing creative solutions, and helping you find visually-charged ways to effectively communicate your message across print, digital, mobile and social networks.