I was featured as one of the artists on the Bogota Blog for being chosen to be one of ten artists to participate in Ridgefield Park's 2020 Mural Mania event. Canvases were donated by the Ridgefield Park Arts Association, and the paints were donated by the DPW, where they had been dropped for recycling. It was a wonderful day out in the sun, surrounded by art and artists.
My painting is entitled "Endangered," and features seven endangered and critically endangered animals from around the world: An Asian Elephant, a Regent Honey-Eater and a Honey Blue-Eye from Australia, a Little Brown Bat from North America, a Cross-River Gorilla from the Nigeria-Cameroon border, an Angonoka Tortoise from Madagascar, and an Amur Leopard from southeastern Russia and northern China.
The pieces are all available for purchase, with 50-100% of the proceeds going to the Arts Association and the St. Michael's Food Bank. Currently, they're on display at Art Mora, until being relocated to various businesses around town until sold. This post will be edited as soon as I know which business will have my painting! For information on purchasing the painting, contact email@example.com.
My face painting was featured in the Summer 2019 issue of Stampington's absolutely gorgeous Mingle Magazine! The magazine can be purchased off the rack at Barnes & Noble, as well as online at Stampington, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon!
FACE & BODY ART BY LARISSA TODAY AT 201-218-4741 OR NJFACEPAINTER@GMAIL.COM
Awarded 3rd Place