As stated in the previous blog “Revamping-my-face-paint-kit-again-craft-n-go-part-1”, I’ve tried many variations of how to carry and use/ display my kit over the last 20 years. Since 2016 I have stayed with theCraftNGo. I work, teach, demo and judge at events all over the EU and further, in public & in the face & body art … Continue reading Revamping my Face Paint Kitbox Part 2 – recovering my CraftnGo with new vinyl.
Like all painters I have been forever trying new ways of carrying and presenting my kit. In the beginning (wayyy back in 2000), all that was available was the blue plastic trays for Snazaroo. Nice idea but the blue looked very kiddy, they snapped really easy and I soon had them all taped around the … Continue reading Revamping my face paint kit again…(Craft n Go) Part 1
This was the 2nd occasion artist Mel Broom and maker Stephen Duross had hosted this event. The inaugural day last January 2018 was a huge success, with a massive queue of public waiting for hours to get in to see the artwork as it happened and then returning for the catwalk. This year the larger Glastonbury … Continue reading Glastonbury Body Art Festival Jan 2019, Maya Ix Chel Jocelyn Paint
This was a lovely booking from @beyondrepair dance company. Their client had booked the roof terrace and 2nd floor of Jamie’s Italian in London Piccadilly for their own pride/ football party above the crowds. It is actually now faster AND easier for me to get into central London from Bath Spa (my nearest train station … Continue reading PRIDE London eco glitter face & body art