Featured Artist : Wing-It Designs


Artist Bio / Statement

Wing-It Designs was started by Alma Bowen and Katherine Warren in Hollywood, Florida, where their business consisted mainly of painting floral designs for a local manufacturer, which was called Charlie Flowers. From there, their enterprise branched out to home parties, which are still hosted today by Alma on the South Jersey Shore and in south Florida, while Katherine enjoys a successful business under the Wing-It name from her home in Oceanside, CA.

From these parties evolved the demand for Kathie's life-long ability to paint dogs and animals in general. To date, the Wing-It booth has been found at many AKC National dog show specialties, even making appearances at the prestigious Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, England. All artwork is custom, hand painted (not airbrush) from a photograph, primarily on denim apparel. Of course, it is washable or dry cleanable thanks to the variety of fabric paints at Dharma.

Katherine Warren,
Wing-It Designs

Contact Info

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You can contact Wing-It Designs at:
760-941-4586
paintlady@wingitdesigns.com
www.wingitdesigns.com


Dharma Products Used

Fabric Paints

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