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“If You Could Say It In Words, There Would Be No Reason To Paint.”

“A blank canvas…has unlimited possibilities.”
~Stephanie Perkins

The human form is the perfect temporary canvas. The lines…the curves…they all lend themselves to amazing one of a kind art.


This particular painting was done by Living Brush in Greensboro NC for a First Friday art show. I was painted beforehand to model one of Madelyn’s awesome costume/headdresses. Madelyn is one half of Living Brush. She is a fantastic person and artist of all kinds!

Crappy cell pic of me and Madelyn ;P

“Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.”
~Oscar Wilde


When you’re going to be walking around in front of children,etc then you must have appropriate coverup. I’m not typically painted in underwear….I believe this is my only experience with that. It’s a tad but different from being completely naked. It’s not as freeing but it’s still fun.


The event was hosted at Chakras Spa and we had a great turn out! Lots of my friends came and we had a blast! My job was basically just to walk around and look awesome!

I walked around downtown Greensboro for a while before the event. I got a ton of weird looks,comments (good and bad) and I posed for pictures with many people and tour groups. I mean…I stood out just a tad 🙂

“Blessed are the weird people:
poets, misfits, writers
mystics, painters, troubadours
for they teach us to see the world through different eyes.”
~Jacob Nordby

One model was painted during the event. It was fun to watch that happen as well.


“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”
~Edward Hopper



All professional photos by Bill Welch Photography

Until Next Time…

In paint,



*Art curation services specialist *Designer/creator of all sorts of gadgets *Steampunk/ Mori Girl designer *Fire performer *Mother of three cats and one pretty fish *Traveler of the world! *Costumer/Cosplayer * Makeup Lover!

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