Jamie Young and Brian Sedik created Rair Studio in 2011. Rair Studio showcases Jamie and Brian’s work and is a working studio creating custom artwork. Jamie chooses not to limit the number of mediums used to one. She loves all mediums and various styles from realism to abstract.
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