Nightlife

Tonight! The Lounge Hosts 7 Deadly Sins Art Show in West Palm Beach

Sinners and free-thinking saints alike come together at an art show this evening at West Palm Beach's the Lounge. Titled "7 Deadly Sins," the show features works inspired by greed, envy, lust, pride, gluttony, wrath, and sloth. Well, basically everyone who didn't submit something can chalk it up to sloth, right? Choose the sin name tag that suits you best.

The party runs from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., and features food from Swanky's BBQ, burlesque shows by Brass Knuckle Bombshells & live body painting by Devious Body Art, specialty drinks, and, natch, a confession booth. DJ Josh Daniel probably won't play Nine Inch Nails' "Sin" on repeat -- or will he?

Get more details on the participating artists after the jump.

Artists Include:

Kris Starry - Photography
JR Linton - Painting
Amanda Linton (With Sugar On Top) - Cupcakes and Jewelry
Polly Peachums - Mixed Media
Sharonna Misha - Switch Plates and things
Jessica Alvarez - Mixed Media
Adolfo Bacigalupo - Spray Paint Stencil Art
Dennise Rodriguez - Plush characters
Amy Love - Multimedia
Angela Tronick - Photography
Becky Osborne-Phillips - Multimedia
Migdalia Pace - Multimedia
Ryan Woodruff (Kiss My Glass)- Glass Blown Necklaces/Jewelry
Heather Strode Calma (Heather's Pleasures) - Intimate "LUSTY" goods
Noell Desiree - Jewelry
Tara Hauck - Photography
Katya Neptune- Mixed Media
Agata Ren - Painter
Joshua Surprenant - Multimedia
Adam Sheetz - Ink Drawing
Craig McInnis - Painter
Vulva Love Lovely - Vulva ART!
Katharine Yarbrough - Jewelry
Jake Lawson - Stencil Art
Zak Kernan - Mixed Media
Teresa Korber ( Curator) - Painter

Also...
Georgette Pressler - Body Painting
Tina Costello - Tarot Card Reading
MAGIC by Karl Koppertop!
Melrose Telles from DK space doing hair for models!
Performance by "Anita Buffet"
and more TBA...

More info at the event's Facebook page.

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