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'Conan' star presents Fetish Life Drawing event series in Los Angeles
Pierre Bernard Jr of the popular television show "Conan" to launch live Fetish Life Drawing events in Los Angeles this month
By: Fetish Life Drawing
When it comes to life drawing, are there subjects best not drawn on paper?
"No!", according to graphic artist and publisher, Pierre Bernard Jr., known for the comedy bit, The Recliner of Rage on the Conan O'Brien television talk show and art book, 18x24 And Other Sizes.
Along with fashion designer and business owner, Gina Nelson of Frenchy LaRue Designs, Pierre will host a monthly drawing event which will feature models dressed in costumes ranging from lace to bondage and everything in between. Guest speakers will also make select appearances to talk about the lifestyles attendees will be drawing.
The Fetish Life Drawing events will take place at Nelson Creative Spaces, 13143 Saticoy Street, in North Hollywood. Plenty of free parking. The next drawing date is Saturday January 10th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. $20 to attend. Visit www.fetishlifedrawing.com for additional information.
Draw the unusual.
About the Artists:
Pierre Bernard Jr is a graphic designer for the television show "Conan", which tapes in Los Angeles, California, on the TBS network. He is most recognized for the comedic performance bit, "Pierre Bernard's Recliner Of Rage. Pierre is also the publisher of the art book, "18x24 And Other Sizes".
Gina Nelson works mostly in latex where many of her designs might seem mainstream, yet that makes them unconventional within a medium which is, itself, unconventional. Gina uses nothing but the best rubber to give her a stronger garment. Mrs. Nelson also manages Nelson Creative Spaces in North Hollywood, CA with her husband Robert, where she has her office, workshop, and photography studio which also rents out for events and temporary workspace.
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