Aveda Art Show and Cut-A-Thon!
Feminist Wednesday is glad to support two of our regular guest writers Cristina and Jeanine in their Aveda Art Show and Cut-A-Thon. Awesome artists and stylists come together for a full day of exhibits, cuts, blowouts, nails, facials and beyond, in an event designed to raise awareness and funds for Clean Water Relief .
There will be a DJ, food, and lots of good beauty and wellness services. Artwork from Jeanine Gleaves, Cristina Rose Rabusin, Andrew Cotton, and other great artists will be auctioned off to benefit the fund! Plus, complimentary stress relieving massages for all who attend!
April 7th from 11AM - 8PM. Aveda Institute - 233 Spring st NYC Admission is free! Pricing for beauty services is as follows:
- Student haircuts - $20 - Professional Stylists - $40 - Blow Dry - $10 - Manicures - $10 - Eyebrow waxing - $5
Cristina's whose work is featured above shared this with us about showing her work:
[blockquote source=""]I have a portfolio at home of drawings upon drawings on white paper. Unless I am in an exhibition, they tend to stay in that portfolio and that is how I had been working for a long time. I wanted to try something new, so the last few years I have challenged myself to figure out how to make art both functional and live-able. I am inspired by the psychedelic art of the 1960s, pattern play and have always been fascinated with detail. I have been scanning my old drawings, digitally coloring them and chopping them up to create tapestry patterns that can potentially be used for textiles and wallpaper. I like the idea of living with art, but not necessarily having it be a canvas on the wall. I may return to "fine art" one day, but for now I am enjoying the uncomfortable feeling of pushing my limits to make pictures that everyone can understand and enjoy, without changing the style I like working in the most, pen and ink.[/blockquote]