Atomic7 Studio was created by Nick Ringelstetter in 2008, in Spring Green, Wisconsin as a space to create the art his world lacked.

The road from daily doodler, to noted fine artist, was an arduous one.


Our mission here at Atomic7 is to provide a non-judgemental space to create and enable the art our lives desire.  Our team members throughout Wisconsin and the U.S. have created a culture of selfless application.  Application of our talents, of our ideas and of our work ethic, all for a common good.  Creating mutually beneficial relationships, thoughtful and relevant products, and perpetuating positivity, all with an eye on enabling and inspiring as manyentrepreneurs and artists as possible.

Pencil to paint, quiet or loud,
We are, the Strange & Proud.

An artist with a brush and a spray can, and anything else he can get in his hand.  Spring Green behind the ears, but the world came calling. Planting seeds since 2008.  Emperor of an enchanted forest inhabited by the Misfits & Mavericks of Atomic7 Studio.


Tara Falk is a branding and event specialist, photographer, and writer with a passion for building business. She has represented 8 of the Top 100 Global Brands, as well as many start-ups and small businesses at trade shows, corporate events, music festivals, sports stadiums, on city streets, and everywhere between… including Facebook, Google, and Covergirl. Whether she’s filling Cinderella’s glass slippers for a birthday party, a showgirl headdress for New Year’s at a casino, business attire to negotiate partnerships, or work boots to set up and tear down, she’s always grateful, never bored, and wouldn’t be caught dead at a standstill. Originally from Richland Center, Wisconsin, just a half hour from the studio in Spring Green, Tara is an avid art supporter and long-time fan of Nick’s work and Atomic7.
With a focus on mobile tour and experiential marketing, her work has taken her to 47 of the 50 United States so far. In summer 2016, Tara was managing a national food truck sampling tour for the General Mill’s/Nature Valley #begreatoutthere campaign. On a stop in Denver, Colorado, at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, social media alerted her that Nick was staying in the same suburb and selling at same festival, nearly a thousand miles from home in Wisconsin. To add compliment to coincidence, the booths were neighboring, on opposite corners of the same block. It was serendipity. From that point Tara was determined to join the team and do for Atomic7 what she’s done for many other companies – build brand love and an engaged community of supporters.
Just over a year later, Tara has fallen comfortably into a position with the growing studio. Currently, she is working on an email list and the foundation of a consistent blog, in confidence that Atomic7 is bound for ever-bigger and better doings.