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Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then

Amber provides emergency cello services! Read all about it...

Random Acts of Subversion: Java Magazine

by Scott Andrews
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and page 2 on the Honeycomb site, or see Java's site.

Java Magazine

Tania Katan

by Angela Ellsworth
View the original Hearsight article.

"It’s 2 pm on a hot August Sunday afternoon in east central Phoenix. The ladies are starting to show up at Tania Katan and Angela Ellsworth’s 1950s studio house for the photo shoot. Tania has decided that she wants to stage a glamour shot to celebrate “Saving Tania’s Privates.” Her lover Angela is playing art director, and befitting art as glamour, has chosen to model the project after Rembrandt’s 1632 oil painting “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp.” The original shows a crowd of medical students in black surrounding a corpse. In Angela’s version, the bearded students are replaced by nurses in whites, the corpse replaced by Tania as cancer patient. Death looms as a possibility in the future rather than an object on a table."

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Art Director: Angela Ellsworth
Photographer: Joe Jankovsky
Hair and Make-up: Honeycomb Organic Hair Studio
Models: Nichole Sessego, Hanna Leister, Amanda Keyler,
Ambur Gore, Tondra Dené, Nicole Smith, Ashley Lucisano
Cupcakes: Rikki Cupcake
Frosting Color on Huge Cupcakes: Tammy Coe Cakes
Costumes & Props: AmeriPride, Easley’s Fun Shop, Southwest Medical & Rehab

http://savingtaniasprivates.com

Opening September 16, 2010 at Phoenix Theater

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Local stylist opens her own space

Phoenix New Times: Night & Day, January 7th-January 13th, 2010
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Painted Desert: Arizona artists depict life on the ranch and the road

By Wynter Holden Thursday, May 13 2010
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