The last time artist Ditha De Rablo was featured here was exactly four years ago. Even though the pandemic was a setback for her, Ditha made the best of that “down time” to continue creating and developing her skills as an artist.
This interview with model and latex fashion designer Caliente was conducted back in August 2012 by Tom Heckbert for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of Tom.
Tanja Jokanovic Trager resumed her art career just last year, and despite being back in the art world for such a short time, she has already had exhibits in prestigious galleries in Europe, Asia, and the US.
Amore’s writings show that she doesn’t hold back when it comes to revealing her deeper self, so it was no surprise when, rather than reply to the interview questions I sent, she responded with something she felt was more real for her.
Romanian artist Judith Rabl knew early on she had to express herself to others in her own way. Now living in Germany, Judith works in the healthcare field, but her passion is painting, to which she dedicates all her free time.
This interview with Model and artist Kristie California was conducted back in April 2012 by Tom Heckbert for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of Tom.
Vancouver’s Commercial Drive Licorice Parlour is owned by Mary Jean Dunsdon, who employs an all-female staff. She says she considers herself a criminal mastermind because she read it was illegal to only hire smart, gorgeous, and reliable girls.
Maureen “Mo” Whelan is an actress, model, animator, graphic artist, writer, and (as she puts it), “duct tape film producer.” She tells me she primarily considers herself a creative producer, and one who isn’t afraid to handle legal matters that
If you’re an Oakland Athletics fan and a regular at O.co Coliseum, then you’re probably at least casually acquainted with Jen Rainwater, known among A’s fans as the “Oakland A’s Socks Girl.” Even to say Jen’s a die-hard A’s fan