Becca Cuellar is a local artist and jewelry designer.
At the ripe age of 18, she went on tour with a professional marching band. It was the hardest thing, physically, she had done up until that point. But the regimented nature of the activity instilled a practice of repetition, commitment, and thoughtfulness into her body, heart, and mind. Spending five years in the activity, her group won the world championship twice, and Becca was awarded top honors and leadership roles. The dedication demanded by the activity brought Becca to the Bay Area, where she finished school at SJSU studying art, religious history, dance, and costuming. During this time, she taught movement in local music and dance programs.
After college, she taught art to children ages 5-16 at the OFJCC in Palo Alto, where she got to watch hearts and minds fearlessly open through creative exploration.
She now rallies rocks to aid in healing and positive energetics while making semi traditional, but all stylish prayer beads, and forges metal in fire to make individual sculptures to be worn as rings.
Becca loves to spend her time hiking, dancing, and chanting and continues to over-accessorize and spring with joy over any small animal that may cross her path.