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Robin Slonina is a star in the world of body painting, known for her extreme artistry and business savvy. She owns the largest body painting company in the country: the world famous Skin City Body Painting in Las Vegas. A practicing artist her whole life, she received her painting degree from one of the best art schools in the nation: the School of the Art Institute in her native Chicago. Robin moved to Las Vegas when her husband began performing as a clown for a major Las Vegas Strip spectacle eight years ago. Since then, Robin and her body art have taken the City of Sin by storm. She still finds time to be involved with all the various charitable organizations she is passionate about, and to enjoy time with her 4-year-old son.
Born and Raised in New Orleans La, USA, Craig Tracy has always been an Artist. Craig credits New Orleans with it’s authentic and vibrant culture as a significant factor in what is at the heart of his passion, creativity and bliss. His family’s photo album is filled with images that captured moments where he and his family would ritually paint each others faces for Mardi Gras, Mardi Gras is perhaps the largest costumed celebration or carnival in the world where individuality and self adornment are considered standard practice. “There was never any question regarding my being or becoming a professional artist. It was always just obvious and understood.” As a child Craig’s loving parents nurtured his creative development as well they gave him the gift of freedom to mature as an absolute individual. His parents were living in a special time and in a special place filled with radical changes. Categorized best as working class hippies, their nonconformist principles were instilled firmly in the young artist. It’s safe to say that “Flower Power” and “Power To The People” are vastly responsible for his unique perspective on art and life. Coincidentally, it was that same hippie movement that re-ignited the soon to be interest and practice of Bodypainting in the western world.
Craig’s early years were filled with drawings and paintings of idealized love and beauty. He continued to expand his artistic horizons well into his teen years and at fifteen he received his first airbrush as a gift from his parents. The airbrush would become the technique that would dominate his next twenty years painting. One year later at sixteen and in his third year in high school, Craig was working nights and weekends as an airbrush artist in a local shopping mall. There he painting primarily custom t-shirts and other personal gift type items. It was an important time for the young artist as he quickly learned how to paint almost any image on a vast multitude of surfaces. “Anything on anything was what those days were like. I’d often paint fifty to eighty hours a week and in doing so I learned some very important and useful skills” states the artist.
Considered a cornerstone in Bodypaintings progressive movement, today Craig Tracy Bodypaints exclusively as well he owns and operates the very first art gallery in the world dedicated to fine art Bodypainted images. The gallery allows even the most seasoned art collectors and novices alike to see and experience first hand what Bodypainting is ultimately capable of expressing. With a passionate and pioneering spirit Craig personally meets and educates hundreds of people each week in the gallery. The Craig Tracy Gallery is filled with spectacular photographic, paper and canvas prints as well there are numerous videos of the process and books that focus on this art form. Please feel free to visit the gallery if you are ever in or near New Orleans. You will not regret the experience.
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