Art Up PhinneyWood January 2017

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Featured Artist Julie Gautier-Downes

In any given landscape there are moments, which tell a story about a place and the people that dwell there. In a metropolis or a ghost town these moments of loneliness and abandonment that can be looked over or forgotten. It is in these spaces that there is an opportunity to see and understand the world in a different way. By exploring, collecting and photographing the world as an archaeologist or detective gives intensity to the seemingly banal and ordinary.

How to book a future appointment with Suzy Todd.

Submitted by Peach on February 1, 2017 - 1:37pm

As of January 2017: HOURLY RATE= $175 with a 3 hour minimum CONSULT BOOKS ARE CLOSED UNTIL July 2017. If you have a consult appointment on the books already this will not affect you. Because of the recent high volume of tattoo requests and long wait times for appointments, Suzy is restricting the projects she takes on. This might mean more wait time for the customer now, but the hope is to eventually reduce wait times for everyone that has a project she is taking on.

Robyn Emlen

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Robyn Emlen has been tattooing since 2006, and loves what she does!  She specializes in bold, colorful designs with a new school and illustrative twist. Snuggling cats and wrangling squirrels are a favorite pastime, so it only makes sense that the majority of her subject matter is critters and animals. If you're not in the mood for a stupid cute critter tattoo, she also specializes in large scale Asian work. She concentrates on how to make the whole design flow and fit on the body to accentuate the curves and muscle structure of the client. When Robyn is not tattooing or painting, she saves the world one kitten at a time with the power of awesome. Find her most recent work on Instagram. 

Laura Davie

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Tattooing for 5+ years, I love doing floral work along with intricate linework, geometric variations, and any type of skull. I will never have enough mandalas. I enjoy working with negative line value and dotwork/stipple style shading. I also do a lot of watercolor style tattoos with an appropriate amount of black ink to keep them balanced.