Mardi Gras Body Painters Expose Their Wild Side
Mardi Gras Body Painters will be showcasing their unique brand of artwork during the final days of Mardi Gras. From February 17th - 21st the team will exhibit their talents on revelers at Bourbon Heat, located in the middle of the action at 711 Bourbon St
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (January 30, 2012) - Mardi Gras Body Painters will be showcasing their unique brand of artwork during the final days of Mardi Gras. From February 17th - 21st the team will exhibit their talents on revelers at Bourbon Heat, located in the middle of the action at 711 Bourbon Street. “We have an all-star crew and are ready for the party!” said Amy Milne, Artist and organizer for Mardi Gras Body Painters. “Bourbon Heat is a prime venue in the heart of the French Quarter and we’re excited to be back again this year”
Face and body painting has been a part of the festive atmosphere in the French Quarter, since the very first Mardi Gras. It’s a very versatile art form, from the “essential” eye mask or arm design, to a full body work of art.
Bourbon Heat is one of Bourbon Street’s newest and “hottest” hot spots. Complete with downstairs bar and courtyard, upstairs nightclub, and a fifty foot balcony overlooking Bourbon Street.
Mardi Gras Body Painters boast over 40 years combined experience in face and body art. They have been featured worldwide in major magazines, television and internet. For more information including photos, Artist bios, and contact information please visit Mardigrasbodypainters.com
- Contact Information
- Jayson Milne
- Happy Faces / Mardi Gras Body Painters
- (1) 407-461-7965
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