Saturday, January 28, 2012

Getting the Skinny on BodyArt with Mark Greenawalt

Mark Greenawalt is a resident of Ahwatukee with his wife and children. During the day, he serves as a lighting designer and electrical engineer for high-end commercial facilities with a lighting design firm in Phoenix, Arizona. He has held Annual Art Exhibitions - Paper Heart Gallery, Alwun House Exotic Art Show, CopperCon Convention, LepreCon Convention, Phoenix Film Festival, Horror/Sci-Fi Film Festival, Face And Body Art International Convention, U.S. Bodypainting Competition. He has worked for Maxim, Playboy, Razor, Playtime, and worked on films Villikon Chronicles-Genesis of Evil, Romey and Jules. 

I will be interviewing Mark, LIVE on KWOD Blog Talk Radio on Tuesday, January 31st, starting at 6:00-7:00pm Arizona time, or MT. Come by and enjoy an evening with Mark, as he shares his world and his experiences in creating these masterpieces on flesh.

Check out more of Mark's works on his website:


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