Meet Board & Brush San Angelo Owners
Nick & Heather Tallman
Heather has spent her career in Pediatric Occupational Therapy. Nick also in the medical field, has worked as a Burn & Wound Care Technician, Surgical Technician in Endoscopy. Board & Brush was the perfect fit as Nick builds furniture as a hobby and Heather loves painting and design. Board & Brush epitomizes West Texas culture, as rustic and vintage design is what Lubbock is made of! B&b was the perfect blend of their passions and was exactly what Lubbock needed! They had their first child in August of 2017! They also have a rescue Corgi, named Kliff who is the honorary B&b Lubbock mascot!
Elaine Siewert is the studio manager for the San Angelo studio. Elaine is a retired teacher of 30 years, where she spent 22 years as an English teacher for San Angelo Central High School. She enjoys reading, writing, crocheting, card games, and educating others. She has devoted herself to several pastimes through working in the county library, teaching classes at Northridge Baptist Church, tutoring local elementary students, and serving at the county jail with Through God Comes Justice Ministries. Now she is focusing all of her ambitions on managing Board & Brush San Angelo. She loves leading people, educating, and creating a fun, spunky environment! Her two daughters and their husbands have given her four beautiful grandchildren, in whom she takes great delight. One daughter and son-in-law, Nick and Heather Tallman, are the owners of both San Angelo and Lubbock Board & Brush studios! Heather and Nick live in Lubbock, but wanted to bring their passion of this DIY studio to Heather’s hometown, and they believe B&b exemplifies the west Texas culture!
Make Your Own Personalized Sign at Board & Brush San Angelo
Pick your preferred custom wood sign design, sign up for a DIY wood sign workshop that best works
for you and your friends or family, and then show up for a fun, instructor led, hands-on
Board & Brush San Angelo is located on Knickerbocker Rd, which is one of the busiest streets in town with numerous restaurants and hang-outs, such as Cork & Pig, Three Parrots, and Zentner’s Daughter, perfect for dining or meeting before or after a workshop. Knickerbocker leads out to the lake, which is a popular destination, and highly trafficked. The shopping center, Knickerbocker Square, has good foot traffic with salons and delivery services, as well as highly-visited frozen yogurt establishment just a few doors down, TJ’s Frozen Yogurt. Parking is abundant.
Have any questions? Please feel free to contact us via phone or email. We are happy to help and
would love to see you in our wood sign workshop very soon!