Sunday, April 17, 2016

Call for Entries September 2016 HorrorHound Film Festival Now Officially Open

September 2016 HORRORHOUND Film Festival 


     The HORRORHOUND film festival will take place as part of HorrorHound Weekend, September 9 - 11, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Their September event is consistently an astounding success with a 500+ seat screening room that is full to capacity for nearly every film! 

    HorrorHound Film Fest fans have had a chance to get premiere and/or early peeks at such films as LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, MARTYRS, TUCKER AND DALE VS. EVIL, NIGHTBREED (Director's Cut), DARIO ARGENTO'S DRACULA, TURBO KID, TALES OF HALLOWEEN, OLD 37, LAKE EERIE, MANIAC (remake), and on and on. They actively support indie horror and indie filmmakers throughout the year... So come and enjoy HorrorHound!

Submit Your Film To The HorrorHound Film Festival Now! 
Early-bird pricing until April 15th, 2016

  • Filmmakers submit at Filmfreeway here
  • Go here for more information on HorrorHound Weekend

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Steve Vertlieb's Feature Documentary About His Career 'The Man Who "Saved" The Movies' Coming Fall 2016

Friday - April 1st, 2016

    Beginning in 1969 with a published review in the British film magazine "L'Incroyable Cinema," Steve Vertlieb's first paid professional assignment as writer and designated "Co-Editor" of the original Bi-Weekly Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror tabloid, "The Monster Times," principal writer for "Cinemacabre Magazine" throughout the 1970s and 1980s, periodic essays and commentary for "Midnight Marquee" Magazine, "Home Viewer Magazine," "Mad About Movies," and a first published article in a nationally distributed volume about "King Kong," his essays, articles and poetry have appeared in print for nearly half a century.
    On a special Halloween edition of local Philadelphia, PA daily news / talk show program, PEOPLE ARE TALKING, (circa early 1980s), Steve Vertlieb, then resident film expert for WTAF TV 29 (in the days before it became a Fox affiliate), as well as publisher of CINEMACABRE magazine, discusses how genre films - specifically horror and science fiction - experience a spike in popularity during socially traumatic points in national and international history.

     Pictured above is Mr. Vertlieb's cover story on "The Men Who Saved King Kong" for the premiere issue of "The Monster Times," nationally disseminated in 1972,  his lead chapter in the very first book ever conceived and published about the original 1933 classic "King Kong," "The Girl In The Hairy Paw" (Avon Books, 1976), and a special 1971 issue of Britain's legendary genre film magazine, "L'Incroyable Cinema," in which His was "The Name "Above" The Title." He wrote the introductory chapter for "The Man Who Collected Psychos: Critical Essays on Robert Bloch," a pivotal chapter in "Dracula: The First Hundred Years," articles for "King Kong Cometh," and "Cinematic Hauntings," and authored major essays on the lives of Orson Welles, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Alfred Hitchcock and his principal composer, Bernard Herrmann, Miklos Rozsa, an affectionate remembrance of the popular CBS Television series, "Route 66," and a massive 100th birthday career retrospective and tribute to Frank Sinatra (2015). 

     Mr. Vertlieb also appeared as a guest speaker on innumerable television and radio programs (including "Fresh Air" hosted by Terry Gross), lectured at Philadelphia's world renowned Philadelphia Art Museum, contributed to Warner Bros., specially produced documentary for their anniversary release of "King Kong" (1933) on home video, prepared, wrote, and guest hosted a nine day film festival at San Francisco's venerable Castro Theater honoring three time Oscar winning composer Miklos Rozsa, presently functions as a voting member of "The International Film Music Critics Association," appeared as a guest speaker at Chicago's Gateway Theater during their special sixtieth anniversary presentation of "King Kong," presented a posthumous "Laemmle" life achievement award to composer Bernard Herrmann via his daughter, Dorothy, on stage at a film conference in Crystal City, Virginia in 2000, and hosted an eagerly anticipated appearance by Oscar honored special effects magician Ray Harryhausen on stage in Baltimore, Maryland in 1990.

     His credits include conceiving, writing, and presenting a three hour lecture to the students of The Factory Digital Filmmaking Program at The Douglas Education Center on the history of symphonic film music. He shared intimate lifetime friendships with such luminary cinematic and literary icons as Frank Capra, Ray Harryhausen, Ray Bradbury, Merian C. Cooper, Peter Cushing, Miklos Rozsa, Robert Bloch, Veronica Carlson, John Agar, and Buster Crabbe, while his name most memorably and spectacularly highlighted the cover art for this 1971 issue of Britain's popular "L'Incroyable Cinema" Magazine. His work continues to appear with regularity in books, magazines, journals, tabloids, and on the internet.  

    A Broadcasting veteran, Steve worked for fourteen years in Philadelphia Television and Radio as an Assistant Music Director, Film Editor, Cameraman, Floor Director, and Announcer. He appears prominently in the 2006 documentary film, "Kreating Karloff," and penned the liner notes for its home video release. 

   Currently, a feature length documentary motion picture about his life and career entitled The Man Who "Saved" The Movies is scheduled for completion in Spring, 2016, with a scheduled release in national film festivals during the Fall of 2016. Starring: Steve Vertlieb, Juliet Rozsa, Veronica Carlson, Erwin Vertlieb, Philippe Mora, Paul Clemens, Leonard Kohl, Terry Pace, Lee Holdridge, Mark McKenzie, Patrick Russ, Gregg Nestor,Tom Savini, Pat Priest, Butch Patrick, Robert Dix, Mr. Lobo, George Kosana. Directed By: Craig Ellis Jamison.

GullCottage / Flying Bear Films
                      Proudly Presents:


                COMING FALL 2016

Film Archivist, Historian, Journalist, Educator: 
            His life a living link to a Hollywood 
                                                ... most can only imagine!

     The first film from Gull Cottage / Sandlot’s newly minted “Gull Cottage & Flying Bear” banner, STEVE VERTLIEB: THE MAN WHO "SAVED" THE MOVIES is the feature-length documentary delving into the colorful life, career and ultimate legacy of cinema archivist, journalist, historian and film music educator STEVE VERTLIEB - who's quiet, unassuming persona belies his growing status as one of the most respected of figures to a new generation of cinema buffs, filmmakers, and, surprisingly, even that most fickle and verbose of filmdom's family tree -  the genre fanboy. 

     A former on-air TV reviewer of film, and magazine writer, Steve's learned and literate dissertations on cinema over the last near half-century have made him a much sought after consultant on numerous projects, including an appearance in the 2006 award winning documentary KREATING KARLOFF, and as consultant on TCM's 75th Anniversary Restoration of Merian C. Cooper's original KING KONG.  Widely considered one of the nation's foremost experts on the legendary "Great Ape", his numerous articles on the subject (including that in the still definitive volume THE GIRL IN THE HAIRY PAW) is referenced to this day by film makers, teachers and cinema students alike.

The Musical Heart & Soul of Hammer Films

     In June 2014, cinema archivist / historian / educator Steve Vertlieb took time before our documentary cameras to reminisce on his special friendship with legendary film composer - the late great James Bernard, best known to many as the primary musical voice of the classic 1960's era horror and sci fi films of England's Hammer Studios, including DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE, THE QUATERMASS XPERIMENT (aka THE CREEPING UNKNOWN), THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN, HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, SHE, THE GORGON, 1997's (non Hammer) restored and re-scored version of F.W. Murnau's NOSFERATU (1922) and many more. Includes film and music excerpts. A film lover's ode to a love of film, STEVE VERTLIEB: THE MAN WHO "SAVED" THE MOVIES chronicles the colorful life and career of the titular cinema journalist, educator and archivist (hence the parenthetical "Saved" in the title). Hopscotching between Summer 2013 and Summer 2014 (from Pittsburgh to L.A. to Philadelphia) the upcoming feature has captured all new intimate interviews with some of Mr. Vertlieb's closest friends and creative cohorts... including film music's Juliet Rozsa (daughter of Oscar winning BEN-HUR, DOUBLE INDEMNITY composer Miklos Rozsa), composers Lee Holdridge and Mark McKenzie, dir. Phillipe Mora, actors Veronica Carlson and Paul Clemons, journalist / educator Terry Pace and writer Leonard Kohl. And with all new exclusive commentary from genre stalwarts Tom Savini, actors George Kosana (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD), Robert Dix (FORBIDDEN PLANET), Pat Priest & Butch Patrick (tv's THE MUNSTERS), Greg Palmer (THE SHOOTIST) and more. 
                                                                                                 - C E J

    "STEVE VERTLIEB: THE MAN WHO 'SAVED' THE MOVIES" on YouTube is a channel of The GullCottage/Sandlot, a film blog and growing reference library "Celebrating The Art of Cinema, ... And Cinema As Art." Visit us on the web at: www.gullcottageonline.com

   Interview content copyright 2014 GullCottage / Flying Bear Films. Rights to additional material held by copyright owners. Used here for critical and educational purposes only.

Young Steve with FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND's Forrest  J. "Uncle Forry" Ackerman and PSCYHO author / ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS screenwriter Robert Bloch.

      As an archivist, Mr. Vertlieb's collection of rare movie memorabilia is to such an unrivaled degree, the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences once opened a dialog in the hopes of using parts of it for a planned film history annex. 

     This collection, combined with Steve's status as a film historian; along his voluminous output as a journalist / author, his engendered respect within the film music community (he considers dear friend, the late BEN-HUR, DOUBLE INDEMNITY composer MIKLOS ROZSA, a mentor), and a lifetime of personal & professional relationships with names as varied and famous as RAY BRADBURY, RAY HARRYHAUSEN, VERONICA CARLSON, JOHN WILLIAMS, BILLY WILDER, DAVID AMRAM and more (he’s truly “The BFF of the Stars“), have lately lead the aforementioned younger group of cinema buffs / filmmakers to affectionately refer to him as "Our Generation's Forrest J. Ackerman".

     Upon meeting (and since becoming friends) with Mr. Vertlieb in late 2012, we were amazed (and befuddled) as to how, while known and loved for years within many aspects of the film industry community, his name was mostly unknown to the lay film aficionado.  It is this oversight we seek to redress with STEVE VERTLIEB: THE MAN WHO "SAVED" THE MOVIES.  

     Steve Vertlieb's life has been devoted to the preservation and remembrance of films and filmmakers whose loving influences have inspired his thoughts, his dreams, and his art. 

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

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Monday, March 7, 2016

Special Effects Genius Dave Trainor For Herschel Gordon Lewis' BLOODMANIA Nominated For SFX On TV Series FARGO

 NEWS BREAK! Special Effects Genius Dave Trainor 
For Herschel Gordon Lewis' BLOODMANIA Is Nominated For 
His Superlative SFX On The Popular TV Series FARGO

      Diabolique News Update:  February 20, 2016 - Hollywood, CA 
 "FARGO" TV Series Special Effects & Make-Up Team (l to r) Dave Trainor, Tea-Christina Scott, Gunther Schetter & Gail Kennedy arrive for the Make-Up Artists And Hair Stylists Guild Awards at the Paramount Theatre in Paramount Studios, CA. 

      Johnny Depp presented Lifetime Achievement Awards to Oscar®-winning make-up artist Ve Neill (The Hunger Games, Face Off) and Oscar-winning hair stylist Yolanda Toussieng (Insurgent). Presenters for this year’s awards included Tamera Mowry-Housley (The Real), Timothy Omundson (Galavant), LeVar Burton (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Kate Flannery (The Office), June Diane Raphael (Grace and Frankie), Lauren Lapkus (Orange Is the New Black), Arielle Kebbel (Ballers, Fifty Shades Darker), Dove Cameron (Liv and Maddie), Melody Thomas Scott (The Young and the Restless), Brian Letscher (Scandal), Dash Mihok (Ray Donovan), Doug Jones (The Strain), AMPAS President Cheryl Boone Isaacs and Michael Key (Make-up Artist Magazine Publisher).

                  DIABOLIQUE  FILMS  EXCLUSIVE                   
Watch NEW BLOODMANIA Trailer Now

Dave Trainor is also the special makeup effects designer for Herschell Gordon Lewis' BLOODMANIA 

  About SFX Master Dave Trainor

    El Diablo Inc. is a commercial prop construction studio specializing in the fabrication of three-dimensional sculptures. The company was founded in the year 2000 by special-makeup-effects artist Dave Trainor, and his talent and experience (he has been involved in the industry at a senior level since 1986) are the cornerstone of the business. 
    We mainly produce realistic, life-size, human figures, and cater to the motion picture, museum, and commercial display industries. In addition to the experience Dave brings to the table, El Diablo Inc. draws on the talents of numerous artists with various skills to produce high-quality work. Visit Dave Trainor's website here

Museum Figures - Sculpture

    El Diablo Inc. creates life-size, realistic, human figures, using an underlying metal armature, based on the human skeleton. This armature allows each figure the advantage of being poseable and adaptable to a number of different positions.
The heads of the figures are painted, and cast in fiberglass, plastic polymer, or lifelike silicone. Each head includes:
  • A choice of plastic or custom resin eyes (optional & extra cost)
  • Eyelashes & eyebrows
  • Three-dimensional stubble (optional on silicone heads)
  The hands are poseable when made of urethane or silicone, or can be cast into a fixed position using a hard polymer. Check out our Gallery section to view samples of previous work including Saddam Hussein, Al Capone, and Edgar J. Hoover.


   Producing a realistic figure takes many years of experience and experimentation. Creating the head involves the following steps:
  1. A life-cast is taken of the subject using life-casting alginate. A plaster bust is poured from this cast (the bust is needed to sculpt open the eyes).
  2. A silicone mold is made from the bust, and “the skin” (silicone or hard-shell plastic polymer) is poured into this silicone mold.
  3. The skin is removed from the mold, and the head is painted using a combination of airbrushing, stippling and fine brush work.
  4. The hair is then applied by laying it directly on the head, or securing a lace piece on the hard surface. Hair can also be punched in one hair at a time on the silicone skin.
  5. The next step is setting the eyeballs into the head and applying a final paint touch-up.
  6. If the head is produced in silicone, it is attached to a foam covered, armatured body, supplied by a local manufacturer.
  7. The hands are then attached, but still removable for shipping.
    Look-a-like heads are also available (i.e. replicas of historic figures, celebrities, etc.). In this case, the subject is sculpted out of clay using photographs, and a mold is subsequently made from this clay head.

Manufactured in North America

    All El Diablo's museum figures are fabricated with North American labour and materials. Here are just some of the many feature movies and TV series Dave Trainor has worked on: In Cold Blood (TV Movie) (1996), Blade II (2002), The Hitcher II: I've Been Waiting (2003), Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010), Hell on Wheels (TV Series) (2011 -2012), Survival Code (2013), Fargo (TV Series) (2014).  Check out Dave's imdb profile here

Gallery  Museum Figures

  • Sculpture - See custom museum sculpture figures of Saddam Hussein, Al Capone, Edgar J. Hoover and more.
  • Process - Step-by step process of creating a realistic head.

Makeup Effects

Prop Construction

  • Television - See various props from television and commercial spots
  • Motion Pictures - View props from movies such as: Blade 2, The Claim, The Edge and The Reflecting Skin
  • Commercial Display - See projects created for the Calgary Fire Department, Hard Rock Cafe and more

Mini Biography

    Dave Trainor was born in 1960 in Ontario, Canada. He began his journey as an artist very early, fed in childhood on a steady diet of Hammer Horror, Ed “Big Daddy’ Roth, and the wonders of Disneyland and the Southern California culture.
   At age seven, he began sketching animals, hot rods and monsters for his classmates. He moved on in high school to creative endeavours that included painting rock tour t-shirts for ten bucks a pop and selling them to his friends, family, or anyone else who would buy one. His post-secondary years were spent at the Alberta College of Art and Design, where he was exposed to the three pivotal cultural offerings that would shape his career:
  1. Seeing the first "Alien" film, directed by Ridley Scott
  2. Seeing Rick Baker’s work in "An American Werewolf in London"
  3. Discovering “Fangoria” magazine Issue # 6


Dave is proud to have served a variety of acclaimed clients:

Associations / Affiliations

  • El Diablo Inc. 2000 - Present, Owner
  • I.A.T.S.E. Local 212 1995 - Present, Member
  • Doneff Trainor & Associates 1994 - 2007, Co-Owner
  • The Gizmo Shop 2000 - 2003, Co-Owner
  • Red House Film Partners 1989 - 1992, Partner
  • Threshold Studios 1986 - 1992, Co-Owner


Sunday, March 6, 2016

'The Gladds' Sensational NEW Horror Fiction Book From Author James Brown III Now Available

The Sensational NEW Horror Fiction Book From Author James Brown III. He has Already Been Heralded By Many as “The Next Stephen King”

 Synopsis:  The Gladds were the perfect family. Their closeness is the type that every family should strive to have. With the parents being successful and the children well on their way to following suit, everything was going perfectly for them until an unfortunate tragedy befell the family leaving two siblings without their parents. Where do the siblings go from here? Especially after learning the tragedy was marred in controversy.

Quote from Author James Brown III...
“Vengeance is defined as punishment inflicted or retribution exacted for an injury or wrong.  We all have contemplated vengeance at some point in our lives.  Someone has done us wrong somehow.  Maybe broke our hearts?  Cut us off while we were driving?  We consider ourselves civilized people.  But what if, something happened so tragic that we have no choice but to seek vengeance?  Would we be wrong?”  
This is the question that you must ask yourself while reading “The Gladds.” The exciting new book from James H. Brown III.  If you love suspense, thriller, and horror, you definitely don’t want to pass this book up.  Since its release, “The Gladds” have garnered nothing but rave reviews.

About the Author

Ever since James Brown III was 5 years old, he had been awkwardly obsessed with horror movies and everything horror. James grew up watching Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, John Carpenter, and so on putting out their best works on the big screen. It was his fascination with those movies that drove him to begin to write horror of his own in hopes that it gets to the big screen. Some people are passionate about working out or about eating healthy. James am passionate about horror movies and books. Stephen King in his estimation is the ultimate horror storyteller and it is James' hope that this book will be the start of him leaving an indelible mark on the horror genre as well!

“I'll start by saying that I am not a reader! If I'm going to read, the book needs to catch my attention quick or I will lose interest and not continue, which is exactly what this book did! The book kept my attention so much, I read it in one afternoon because I had to know what was going to happen next! The book is definitely suspenseful and definitely keeps you wanting more! I loved and didn't love how the book ended! The reason for this is because it continues to keep you wondering and wanting more!! It definitely keeps in suspense, waiting for the second book to come it!! I would highly recommend this book if you like horror/suspense!! Can't wait to read the second book!” - Amazon Customer
“I thought this was a well written book. I am a avid reader of all types of books. This book was very suspenseful, and keep me on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next. The characters were believable in how they acted considering there "social standings" to themselves. If you looking for a good read I would definitely recommend this read. Enjoy.” - Betty Reed
"This book was hard to put down, I wanted to finish it all in one night! You think you know what is going to happen next and there is another crazy twist after another! I definitely recommend this book! Buy it, read it and enjoy it!" - Rachel Justice
"Amazing story that left me wanting more! The character and plot development were very detailed which made putting this book down extremely difficult. When I had to put the book down I couldn't wait to get back into and see how the story had progressed. The book as a whole was a great read and finding out that there is more to come made it even better." - Amazon Customer
"Not an avid reader and I finished it rather quickly. Great story telling by the author, I loved and hated different characters and felt invested in the story. Can't wait for part 2!" - Amazon Customer

The above quotes are just a few from the many readers that purchased “The Gladds.” This sensational new book is taking the horror fiction genre by storm!

Product Details - kindle
  • File Size: 333 KB
  • Series: THE GLADDS (Volume 1)
  • Print Length: 91 pages
  • Publication Date: December 17, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Author: James Brown III Amazon page here
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019J1TYBQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Order Kindle version here
Product Details - paperback
    • Series: THE GLADDS (Volume 1)
    • Author: James Brown III
    • Guest Editor: Mrs. Raena Brown Simmons
    • Paperback: 154 pages
    • Color: Black & White
    • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (December 17, 2015)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 1519241704
    • ISBN-13: 978-1519241702
    • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
    • Shipping Weight: 10.2 ounces
    • Order Paperback version here
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    Get your copy today and find out for yourself exactly why James H. Brown III is being heralded by many as “The next Stephen King.” Follow James Brown III on facebook here

    Wednesday, March 2, 2016

    Artist Melissa Liegner's Sensational Nude Female Form Exhibit Coming Soon To New York City


    Melissa is a creative figure painter whose focus is on the nude female form. Her abstract oils suggest ornately upholstered interiors where figures lay in repose or, more often, intertwine. Using distinctive pattern and unique decorative elements as anchor points amongst strokes of flesh and movement, Miss Liegner mixes elements of the pure with the profane. She draws inspiration for her interior settings from her travels, citing as favorites the modern opulence of the Burj Al-Arab, the colonial charm of Hotel Nacional de Cuba and the majesty of Beijing's Imperial Summer Palace. Melissa Liegner currently resides in Philadelphia, PA.


    • 2011 B.F.A. Painting - Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2010 Study Abroad Spring Semester - Courses in Painting, Drawing, Galleries and Studios Temple University Rome, Roma, Italy
    • 2011 Children’s Workshop Assistant - Campbell St Community Center, Williamsport, PA
    • 2010-2011 Set Designer and Painter, “Crystalina” - Tomlinson Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2010 Artist Assistant - Adam Parker Smith Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
    • 2011 Honorable Mention - Radius 250, juried exhibition Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA
    • 2011 Public Art Academy - Artist in Residence The Pajama Factory, Williamsport, PA
    • 2011 Vivian Rosenberg Senior Award - Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2014 “Familiars” - Reliquary, Philadelphia PA
    • 2013 “Plein Air & Home Bodies” - Afif Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2013 “Absolutely Abstract” - Philly Sketch Club, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2012 InLiquid Design “Art FCP-13” - Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2013 “Think Small 7” - Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA
    • 2012 Tyler Art Market - Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2012 Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Show - Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2011 Artist in Residence Exhibition - The Pajama Factory, Williamsport, PA
    • 2011 Radius 250: Juried Exhibition - Juror: Leigh Anne Chambers, Executive Director - Rawls Museum Arts, Courtland, VA - Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA
    • 2011 Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Show - Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2011 Softcore: Recent Works by Melissa Liegner - Stella Elkins Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2010 Festa di Roma - Stella Elkins Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2010 Collettiva di Artisti - Circolo Delgi Artisti, Roma, Italy
    • 2010 Student Exhibition - Temple University Rome, Roma, Italy
    • 2009 “Off Runway” Fashion Show - Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2009 Annual Fibers Exhibition - Stella Elkins Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    • Melissa Liegner's Official website
    • Contact Melissa here: liegnerm@gmail.com
    • View Melissa's Paintings On Panel here
    • View her Paintings On Canvas here
    • View her Ink On Paper work here
    • See her Watercolors here
    • Check Out Melissa's Sketches here
    • View her Installation here

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