resources, info

 

a black and white ink tattoo of a stag beetle flying

 

I’m a tattoo artist professionally, and you can book time with me-now booking!

or send me your future ideas to discuss

 by using this link to fill out a form


I’m resonanteye on most all platforms- 

for gifting or helping, use cash app or Venmo.


Events:

some of my paintings will be hanging at first Friday art walk, in March, at Mom’s in Kendall yards, Spokane! It’s March 1, it’s all my paintings from 2020-2021. all large expressionist pieces related to the pandemic and being in quarantine that year. 

I’ll be working in Eugene Oregon at the evergreen tattoo invitational, March 15-17. use the link above to book time!


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additional important resources:

reproductive rights-

 

large list of resources for abortion access

https://practicalaction.org/

http://womenonwaves.org

http://abortionfunds.org

reducing and reusing and being cheap-

https://www.lowtechmagazine.com/

http://fallingfruit.org (foraging)

https://gobrik.com/ (reduce plastic waste)

suggestions to try-

good folk horror writing- https://www.amazon.com/Shannon-Barber/

excellent tea: https://drinkflyest.com/

excellent wild rice (mix into plain rice for extra pop)- https://nativeharvest.com/products/manoomin-wild-rice

places to figure out mutual aid and community-

https://www.mutualaidhub.org

https://www.iww.org

https://socialistra.org/

https://psjbgc.org/ (John Brown gun club)

places for specific people to get help-

https://www.stevegiovinco.com/complete-list-of-emergency-fundsgrant-for-visual-artists/

https://www.lls.org/support-resources (leukemia & lymphoma society support page)

and here are some photos too! just recent things from my day job. 

a tattoo that looks like an engraving of a non sexual Medusa reaching out her hand with an angry smile
a tattoo of a bright orange, large chrysanthemum on an elbow the person is wearing a matching hip sack, jeans, and a black shirt
a tattoo on a forearm in black lines of a stand of birch trees
community garden table! was a success.