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About Us

RuBee Soul is a Midwest-based small batch 2 person team. Married in life and partners in business, Bee and Rose had a dream to bring their unique brand of creating into fun and funky creations that could be enjoyed by all. With laughter and joy being a focal point in their lives, what better way to share then through their love of art.

Puerto Rican and Jewish Couple sitting in front of plants. Both people are wearing navy patterned shirts with the white skinned person with long auburn hair sitting in front and the Afro-Puerto Rican genderqueer partner standing in back of them with hands on their shoulders. They are wearing glasses with curly hair in a bun and shaved sides of head.

Bee is currently pursuing a degree in Art Therapy and has a history of teaching Art with younger students in the community. Bee is from a Mizrahi/Ashki/Sephardi family and grew up in North Dakota and New Mexico, while spending time with family in Coney Island, New York. Bee has been creating art and jewelry for over 15 years and is constantly taking classes in order to improve and polish techniques. Bee's pronouns are She/They and their hobbies when not creating include spending time on all things SPACE, cooking new recipes, reading, and enjoying expanding their ever growing love of indoor gardening. 

Rose went to the Art Institute of Tampa for Photography and has spent 6+ years creating art. Rose is from a large Puerto Rican family and spent her life in Brooklyn, NYC and later on, Tampa, Florida. Rose has a passion for cooking and is a lover of animals, especially dogs. Rose's pronouns are She/They/Them and hobbies include studying analytics and the market, walks with their pup, and inventing delicious recipes in the kitchen.

Afro-Rican person in a navy floral printed collar shirt with their hands on their hips in a silly turning around pose, poses with their partner, a white skinned and auburn long haired person with a different navy floral pattern shirt. They are both making silly faces at the camera in front of a bright colored graffiti wall with random drawings