|Posted by virgovisualartistry on May 25, 2011 at 1:03 AM||comments (0)|
These costumes were custom made for Keely Sills and her amazing acrobatic troupe for a series of performances they showcased while the BodyWorlds show was mounted at Science World in December 2010 Vancouver BC Canada. More pictures can be seen in our Photo Gallery at http://www.virgovisualartistry.com
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on May 25, 2011 at 12:49 AM||comments (0)|
this die hard Canucks Hockey fan drove across Canada to be part of the May 24th 2011 game at Rogers Arena against the Sharks. We incorporated his last name and birthday number. More Vancouver Body Painting pictures can be seen in our Photo Gallery at http://www.virgovisualartistry.com
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on July 16, 2009 at 10:54 PM||comments (3)|
2nd Annual Be Bold for Breast Cancer Fundraiser was very successful. Set at Mirage Nightclub in Surrey, BC at least 32 men & woman showed up to have their breasts painted. This years partial funds raised went to our most insprational friend Janelle Hughes who unfortunately lost her fight last year. Samantha Rae was lead painter with Jenn Little as her assistant this year. Both are pictured centre bottom row (Sam on L, Jenn on R) . Thank you to Ashleigh Topliss for organizing such a great event and Q Parker for the fabulous photo session.
1st Annual Be Bold for Breast Cancer fundraiser . This was Asleigh Topliss first run at the event with Samantha Rae as lead painter and Janelle Hughes, our brave friend as you can see (centre) after surgery. About 13 girls showed up for this event. Much fun was had by all. Miss you Janelle!! you were an inspiration to us all and we love you.
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on May 22, 2009 at 2:56 PM||comments (1)|
Here is the beautiful creation Sammy designed for MakeUp Forever's 25th Anniversary on her gorgeous model Maggie. She really was a showstopper. Photographs by Geoff Howard.
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on June 7, 2008 at 12:39 PM||comments (0)|
It was an amazing evening of very high brow elegance and amazing Body Art. This years competition was outstanding. The level of artistry from the contestants was just jaw dropping. Sammy didn't expect to win, as she had won the year before, but she was wonderfully surprised when she was selected once again as the winner. It was a very close competition and her artist friends Lucie Brouillard and Jen Little came in 2nd and 3rd place as well. Here are the detailed pics from the night.
Model Nicole Pilich, 2nd place Lucie Brouillard, WINNER Samantha Rae, Model Regina Bair, Model Sky Foletto, & 3rd place Jenn Little.
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on April 21, 2008 at 9:34 PM||comments (0)|
Guess who was at the Exposed Fashion Show at the Whistler Ski and Snowboard Festival? Samantha Rae of course and Gene Simmons from Kiss! He was up there with his crew filming an episode of Family Jewels and decided to take in some of the festivals fun. Of course he couldn't help but notice the Helly Hansen Bodypainting Models. This is Sammy before she got her earred chewed on by Gene! her hair was in a ponytail until he got his hands on it.
Model Lisa, Gene Simmons, Samantha Rae, and Model Amanda
Photo courtesy of CraigMutchPhoto.com
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on April 18, 2008 at 1:55 AM||comments (10)|
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on August 25, 2007 at 12:56 PM||comments (0)|
What a blast! Sam loves these guys! Celebrities is one of her favorite clients. She is their House Body Painter. She always has a wonderful time working with them and does such creative things. They also are some of the nicest people she deals with in business. Thanks Celebrities!!!!!
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on May 15, 2007 at 3:10 AM||comments (0)|
Sam got a call to do a surprise b-day party. The models had worked for her on several gigs before but they said they felt extra special this night because of all the details in the flowers
|Posted by virgovisualartistry on April 27, 2007 at 12:33 PM||comments (1)|
In April Sammy was asked to come up with a theme that would reflect the inner feelings and creative expressions of this singing duet. Sketches and costume designs were shared back and forth and this was the first run at the final production.