It is hard to believe that it was 1991,when Melinda made her first decoupage glass plate. Time has flown by and we have loved every minute of this amazing journey. Over the years we have refined the techniques and branched out from plates to include such items as paperweights, wine bottle coasters, tissue box covers, wastepaper baskets, letter boxes, clipboards and picture frames. Every piece is still made by hand in Houston, TX.
If you find yourself on Block Island (a small island off the coast of Rhode Island) in the summer, stop by our booth at the Farmers Market every Wednesday and Saturday morning. In 2013 we opened a Marye-Kelley seasonal shop on Block Island, open from Memorial Day- Columbus Day. We are located at 233 Dodge Street.
We hope that you enjoy browsing through our web site and we invite any comments that you have about the work. Please feel free to write, call or email any time.
Bill Kelley & Melinda Marye-Kelley
Members of The Fair Labor Association
Block Island Arts and Crafts Guild
Block Island Farmers Market
Melinda Marye-Kelley 1991 Bill Kelley 1992
Glenda Mica -Art Department 2011
Connie - Art Department 2011 Sophie- Art Department 2015
Cathy - Sales Part Time since 2009 Gloria - Production Team 1998
Dinora - Production Team 2002 Ingrid - Production Team 2000
Alba - Production Team 2007 Esperanza - Production Team 2007
Ruby - Sales Team 2012