I’m proud to be a member of FACE – the trade association that promotes and raises standards and awareness of professional face and body artists. And the FACE website produced an amazing job for me last week, face-painting at the Royal Bath & West Show at Shepton Mallet, where I painted these two sugar skull sisters.
I try to keep the temperature tropical in my face-painting cabin at Paradise Wildlife Park, so drop in this half-term to get an exotic new holiday look without leaving home. We’re here every day – next door to the lemurs.
I’m going to be painting at Paradise Wildlife Park all this Bank Holiday Weekend (April 30, May 1-2) – and I’ll have a dream team: on Saturday, wonderful Zoe Thornbury-Phillipswill be painting with me; on Sunday and Monday, my fabulous daughter, Philly Eve Walker.
Plus, on Saturday and Monday, photographer John Brough will be there making on-the-spot prints, like the one here. To see more of John’s work, check out Alternative-Portraits Photography on Facebook.
John Brough of Alternative-Portraits makes a welcome return toParadise Wildlife Parkthis week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday(12, 14 & 15 April). He’ll be at my face-painting cabin to take your photo and make prints for you on the spot, with a choice of fantastic jungly backgrounds to complement your new persona as a tropical butterfly or a big cat.
To see more of John’s work, check out Alternative-Portraits Photography on Facebook.
Dates for school holidays vary depending on where you live – and around Hertfordshire, that means another 10 whole days of fun. So why not come and visit us at Paradise Wildlife Park, where I’ll be painting naughty monkeys, terrifying tigers, birds and butterflies every day up to and including Sunday 17 April.
You’ll find us opposite the lemurs, from 12 noon. See you there!