Steven McGovney and Tammy Camarot have created a successful line of wildly painted table top items and one of a kind sculpture. McGovney Camarot have designed industrial lines for major retailers, incorporating fine design and affordable prices to allow greater access to their work.
McGovney and Camarot and have worked together since 1992. They live in Arizona with 2 talanted teenage children, and work from their home studio creating wild and unusual work. Trained in Design and Sculpture with an MFA at from the now defunct Otis Art Institute, Steven uses his interest in literature and film to visualize stories in three dimensions. Tammy is a recovering biology major working in clay, fibre, wearables, painting, and any media that will hold still long enough to inflict fine art on.
Michael Douglas, Terence Stamp, James Whitmore, and Bill Clinton have collected their work. They show in many of the top galleries featuring American Crafts in the USA, and participate in many invitational shows throughout the country each year. He and Tammy also support Empty Bowls, a fundraiser for local food-banks, by donating bowls, and working with a local school to donate students painted bowls that they finish in their studio.