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Boston Artist, Tofusquirrel, At The Hive Gallery In LA


Mike Franco, owner and creator of Wizard Sleeve Toys and WST Worldwide, operates a modest designer toy store online and dreams of one day dabbling with an online art gallery that will help expose flourishing and up-and-coming artists. Mike’s primary objectives are built on strong artist collaborations and now he is looking to expand his concepts and ideas into the art world. To him, there is nothing better than talented artists coming together for a common goal and helping their overall community. This time around, Mike’s focus is on gathering a group of strong women artists, with varying artistic backgrounds and talents, to form a travelling art exhibition.


The first “Feminality” event will display the works of some of the most talented female artists of their generation. The location for the premiere event will be held at the very established and well-known Hive Gallery in downtown Los Angeles and will happen on Saturday, November 21st. Uber popular Tara McPherson will be headlining and will be painting a floor-to-ceiling mural live during the show. Elizabeth Siegel (TofuSquirrel) will be doing live painting, as well. Georgette Pressler from Devious Body Art will be using her incredible skills to paint live models. Amy Botello, Aunia Kahn and Jessica Sardas will be on-hand displaying some of their wonderful works of art during the event. Tara Hauck, of Tara Inc. Fine Arts Photography, will be displaying some of her amazing photography. Rudy Fig, Natalie Shau, Molly Crabapple, Cate Rangel, Edith Lebeau, Arabella Proffer-Vendetta, Ashleigh Fedo, Sara Antoinette Martin, Kelly McKernan, Noir Nouar, Elodie aka LostFish, Megan Frauenhoffer, Christen Kojnok, Ritzy Periwinkle, Zoe Lacchei and Cassie Williams aka Kazilla will be displaying some of their unique works, as well. The show will feature and highlight various works from over 20 female artists.


(for more info:feminalityartshow.com)

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