<<is not the kind of woman threatened
by the beauty and talent of other women.
In fact, it attracts me to you as an artist and a friend.
Sisterhood, pass it on.
(Nina Bird: Seattle’s most up-and-coming stylist) She has treated my hair like a science project from day one, the kind where it ends up like a healthy low-maintenance sculpture on my ever-loving head.
(Amber Anderson: Array Art Conservation) Amber is one of those good eggs with lots of talent, intelligence, and a kind heart. She’s also a total babe.
(Amber Rothrock and her RothrockNFrames; metal assemblage)
(Laurel Nunley) What can I say about Laurel? We met in college and it was love at first site. Her best talent is probably best shown in her laboratory of essential oils. Her bath bombs, if you can get ahold of one, will blow your socks off.
(Salem: Triple-M Threat) This model, makeup artist, mother, and long-time friend has a silver tongue and broad knowledge of visual artistry.
Tessa, shown here with little Freja in her belly, is a former major in the army who served in Iraq shortly before her life-changing experience of motherhood.
Pregnant Rita is shown here being painted by talented Seattle artist, Zan Edson, one of a kind.
Sara, Anna, & Jenna are like the ultimate trifecta of badass babes. They work hard, work out hard, and play even harder.
Chani Murat has a gentle heart and raucous personality. She is also the proud owner of Good Karma Body Art in Edmonds, Washington.
Well, that’s the dirty dozen for today. I know so many strong, talented, gorgeous women (many more than are featured above) and I am so pleased that we are able to share our talents with one another instead of succumbing to jealousy and cattiness as do so many of our fellow sisters. You have truly changed my life for the better.