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November 12, 2012 | Author: webSman

Interview with Ric Colgan and Boring Sidney Hats

Boring Sidney Hats is a new photo set by Ric Colgan shot for Miroir Magazine “Surreal” edition, published on the November 2012. All hats are designed and created by Belle of Boring Sidney Hats and Headdresses.

Models: Ethereal Rose, Tyra the Irish Wolfhound, Jess Chantel
Hair and Makeup: LC Hair and Makeup
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November 10, 2012 | Author: webSman

Cherished by Nina Pak

“Cherished” is a new photoset shot by Nina Pak in the home of Jo David and Marlow Harris. Models: Josephine Silverwolf, Tamara Wolf, Rose Froze, AJ Mietus. Photographers assistant: Gene Fox. Designer: Helene Hawthorne. Hair by Kristine Hawthorne. Make-up by Nightshade Beauty.
When Kristine Hawthorne and I got together to do this shoot, we were looking for a lovely Victorian home where we could showcase her amazing period style gowns. more » “Cherished by Nina Pak”

November 8, 2012 | Author: webSman

Barbara Ireland

Singer/songwriter Barbara Ireland sings the classic O’Jays tune, “For the Love of Money” as an anti-greed message for this year’s presidential election 2012. ___ more » “Barbara Ireland”

November 6, 2012 | Author: webSman

Josh Keyes. The Circus and The Sea

Roq La Rue Gallery presents new paintings by Josh Keyes in his opening “The Circus and The Sea”.

Painter Josh Keyes is internationally famous for his work that blends museum-like diorama imagery with stark contemporary commentary of socio-political and environmental challenges we all face. more » “Josh Keyes. The Circus and The Sea”

November 5, 2012 | Author: webSman

Artist Mark Garro

After 15 years as a successful Illustrator and cover artist for more than 100 paperbacks in the fantasy genre, Garro has exploded onto the fine art scene, exhibiting his paintings nationally and internationally. His growing collector base eagerly await his next meticulously designed and executed work.

A miniaturist who likes to work big, Garro struggles with this clash of sensibilities all the time in order to be as prolific as possible.

The work often features classically beautiful figures as cosmological cogs working within the complex mechanisms of the universe. Dynamic motion of familiar shapes morphing and implying other familiar shapes, creating, destroying and re-creating once again in two dimensions but implying four. more » “Artist Mark Garro”