Tattoo, visible artwork intersect at Electric powered Haze Artwork Showcase

Tattoo, visible artwork intersect at Electric powered Haze Artwork Showcase
Tattoo, visible artwork intersect at Electric powered Haze Artwork Showcase

The thought for Panduh Productions’ April Art Showcase, which will fill Electric Haze with crowds and audio on April 5, started lengthy prior to promoter Emma Clardy began doing work on activities in Worcester.

Clardy applied to sit at the rear of the front desk of a area tattoo studio, generating certain appointments ended up saved and working the shop’s social media accounts, and it was there she fell in adore with the artwork of tattooing and the kinds that designed when the medium became well-liked in the West.

Now, Clardy is bringing that adore to Panduh Productions’ regular Initially Friday artwork display, which will element paintings in the American traditional tattoo artwork fashion by tattooers Bryant Setzler, Worcester indigenous Luke Therien and Annelise Collins.