Woohoo! Pole time in Paris!


I’m in Paris for the artshow at Gallerie Arludik this week with Girls Drawin Girls! But, I hope you like this silly little touristy doodle! <3 I can be a little cheesy with a pole dancing twist, right? I want to thank you, so much, for supporting me and I’m excited to bring aerial art love into an art gallery! Your enthusiasm brings me much hope and appreciation for the pole-dancing community and I’m so honored to be a part of such a movement. I believe in celebrating the female body through pole dance and illustration so thank you, thank you, thank you for helping me see this dream through! To show my love, I’ve made a little “paper doll” of the above drawing for you to print out. πŸ˜€
“La Lune” (One of three paintings on display at the show!)
If you’re in Paris, COME TO THE SHOW!Β 
Gallerie Arludik (http://www.arludik.com/)Β 
12-14 rue St Louis en l’Ile 75004 Paris, France
from 5/7-5/18 with an opening reception on 5/9! I hope anyone in the area can come.

Something pretty in the meantime…


Yow! I’m prepping for the upcoming International Pole Convention this weekend (and San Diego Comic Con which is coming up next month), so I’m a little behind! Yuck!

So, as I take this little hiatus to catch up, I’m posting non-PDA related pole dance art. This is a portrait of Natasha Wang in her ever-so-inspiring Russian split. Since I can’t do this pose, I drew it. πŸ˜€

Any readers out there got this pose?


I’ll have prints and buttons for sale at the United Pole Artists‘ booth at the International Pole Convention. There is a limited supply. πŸ™‚ I’ll be running around popping into workshops and checking out vendors with the rest of you. (In real life, I’m a shy little ninja… so say “Hi!”)

Below is a preview of the button set. But if you’re not attending, you can buy a set right here the at the blog. πŸ™‚ See you there! I’m so excited and nervous!