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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Q-Tip Girl

Lisa Albinger, 30, creates stirring depictions of relationships, womanhood, and growing up with scoliosis, using cotton swabs and paper towels instead of the quintessential brush.

She's Wisconsin-born and a practicing Wiccan, and a majority of her work depicts "her girls" being led on cathartic journeys by rabbit guides. She's shown locally at the Trunk Space, monOrchid, and Studeo Tad, and among the collectors of her wispy oil paintings are Tori Amos, The Cure's Robert Smith, and fantasy writer Charles de Lint.

Tucked into the corners of her studio are finished paintings, rolls of paper towels, and a mannequin named "Shady Lady," who wears a number of Albinger's hand-knitted scarves. Full Story

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