This weekend, a multimedia spectacular will be occurring at Galapagos Art Space in Dumbo, NYC. Sunday night I will be having a fashion show with some of my more theatrical pieces, and some really great music! And did I mention that this event is FREE??? Holy rusted metal Batman, check out some more info HERE.
Though, for the first time, I may actually be having an assistant in my place for this show because I have paintings in the art show in BALTICON!!!
and I must attend for networking reasons. If you are in the Baltimore area, come have fun with us artsy nerds!
And on June 25th, I shall be showing a collection at The Enchanted Menagerie, and kicking off Pride week with a bang! I will post a flier soon, as well as photos of my new paintings!
Hello all, I have finally gotten over the delectable feeling of getting hit by the truck that is a fashion show, and have some of my personal photos to share with you. I’m sure there will be many posts about this event, as there were a plethora of photographers there, and if I find my costumes in their pictures, I will gladly share them. At the moment, Anna Fischer
has some lovely ones of the different designer’s looks, taken immediately after they came off the runway.
The fashion show was a fantastic event, coordinated by Brit Frady-Williams
, a talented designer herself. She has actually been selected to participate in London fashion week in September this year, but like many gifted designers at this level, lacks the sufficient funds to get there. She is taking donations, and her Kickstarter project can be found HERE
. If you can, please consider giving even a little bit to this cause, and I will consider it a favor to me. Brit has really helped me to publicize my work, and is a great person to boot. If anyone deserves to go to London and show it what she’s got it’s her.
Alright, that having been said, on to the pictures! Most if not all of these were taken by Nick Levinos, a musical fellow who is currently scoring a future show of mine!
Hillary Dragovich, a lovely lady who did not mind being dressed as a birdcage.
The ever expressive Marc Robinson
After the show was finally over, we got to have a photoshoot out near the parking lot.
Hillary and Marc on Saturday, when we were dressed up and enjoying the convention.
Hillary and Kelly
So, as I have previously mentioned, my good friend Kelly Kotulak is a very talented a sculptress, prop maker and jewelry designer. We have recently joined forces under the banner Kuriouser & Kuriouser, a new vending identity that you may now see at various faires and conventions all along the east coast. We also have a shiny new BLOG
that you can check out, with lots of pictures of our collaborative adventures.
So come see us at events! Buy my costumes and corsets and her jewelry! Or at least come into our new nomadic curiosity shop that we are beginning to call home!
Come to the Steampunk fashion show featuring my work, as well as many other talented designers!