About J. Colleen Boutique Artists

Kym Jackson

Kym was crowned Mrs. Texas United America 2005 and Mrs. Texas 2007 and currently holds the title of United America Ambassador. Educated and certified by The Gemological Institute of America, Kym's entrepreneurial spirit has made her a successful businesswoman for many years owning and operating Urban Rocks Jewelry Collection which Kym provides a portion of her proceeds to Autism Awareness.. all while Mothering two precious little boys.

Michelle Mirkovich

Los Angeles jewelry designer Michelle Mirkovich first started as a professional dancer in New York City. After relocating to Los Angeles, she traveled the world extensively and worked with such artists as Prince, Cher, and Michael Jackson. Her close proximity to the film and music industry gave her a first-hand look at the styles that shape the fashion world. Transferring her creativity from dance to jewelry design, she has created a look that is unique and timeless, yet captures the essence of today.

Wel Sed

Wel Sel is a retired street artist with incredible flair for detail and color forms. His figurative drawing remains true in his aerosol roots. He has been featured across the nation for mural work. His work is in high demand and made more rarely, seldom showcasing his work, in trade for his love of mural painting.

Brian Robertson

The piece The Best of Times was featured in contemporary art magazine Juxtapoz. It has only been shown in one other show. The work symbolizes common taboo of humans, but redirects the imagery to the delicate and patient practices of the creation. Certain layers are cut from continuous cuts of paper and collaged in, while others are meticulously painted to their place.

Cannon Dill

Rarely working in color, the artist Cannon Dill explored some early expressions of form with his oozing detail and motion wrapped in the detail of bold lines, the color forms begin to take shape, the process is almost more intense. Cannon has been featured in several publications such as Complex, Juxtapoz, and Hi-Fructose to name a few. Each covering his first solo show, which featured Chutes & Ladders, 22 of 32 pieces sold, 17 of which were on opening night.


Drawing from a past language to meet the styling of today's streets, a calm is stirred amongst the chaos presented. ESK began by writing a unique script-style graffito. Gradually elevating to his love of illustration and paint, he blended the worlds. He is currently represented by McGoughlin Gallery in SF and promises to be a rising star in the contemporary art world. It's his patience that will keep him there.

David Polka

David Polka holds a unique form in his work, producing a collage of intimate scenes of solace, draped in a warm, appeasing color palette. His imagery stems from personal relations and reflections of society. David was recently featured on ilgorgo.com, an Italian art magazine.

John Felix Arnold III -- now showing at the SFMOMA

John Felix Arnold III possesses a refined talent of comic illustration blended with structural clutter at times. His source for imagery is based on a fictional world in which the artist resides. His world teeters on what remains of ours and perhaps the coming doom of our ever-immediate errors of today. We are a society that understands the wrong but refuses to change or remedy. In his society, the longing for beauty amidst the fallout is what remains.

We are adding more artists and designers every day. If you are an artist/designer and are interested in having your creations at our store, please give us a call or email Mandy at julierubio2002@yahoo.com

Featured Designers

Alexander McQueen, Alice + Olivia, Brunello Cucinelli, Diane von Furstenberg, Eileen Fisher, Kate Spade New York, Lafayette 148 New York, Michael Kors, Milly, Stella McCartney

Featured Artists

Indah, Free People, Tart, Alberta Ferretti, ABS, BCBG, Calvin Klein, Parker, Tracy Reese, Betsey Johnson, Kate Spade, Prada, Manolo Blahnik, Lilli Ann Vintage