Tami Jo Urban, Omí Lana was ordained to Yemojá in 2006. Originally from Detroit, she currently lives in Miami where she is working as a freelance artist, web developer (including Eleda.org) and tattoo artist. In addition to her full-scope commercial design services, Tami is accepting commission work for orisha and orisha-related items. The slideshow below profiles some of the work she has created. More information, her biography, resume and full body of work can be found at Tamityville.

If you would like to speak to Tami about any of her services please contact her. Email | (313) 427-9099

Jesús Cárdenas is a veteran painter of Orisha jars and attributes in Cuba. His work is fairly well known in Havana and is now being brought to the United States by Olorishas who visit the island. Though he has been surrounded by the religion all his life, Jesús is not ordained. His mother, Magdalena “Chiquitica” Ruíz, Oyá Gadé, one of the oldest Iyalorishas in Cuba, ordained my grandmother Oshún Ilarí and Obá Oriaté Anibal Guerrero, Okán Tomí.

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