Held Sunday, February 11th, 2018 Mary reviewed the "why" of Wild Women Society (in case you missed it, the answer is: the Divine Feminine, the magic of women supporting each other, love, relationships, and connecting: self-care!).
Goody Boxes, Yummy food, bubbly, another Wild Child, and loads of Raffle items made for another fabulous gathering of Wild Women!
Guest Speaker Erin “Kiki” Teal Littlestar is the owner + founder of The Perlene. She is native Osage by blood, Texan by birth, and Oregonian by heart. Kiki is on a mission to create a world where feminine leadership is the standard, and all women are living full, satisfying, courageous lives. Read more about her at www.theperlene.com
Guest Musician Kingsley’s unique and unforgettable voices will warm you up and melt you down. Her presence is captivating and overwhelming, she sings only on her personal experiences of life, love, and her journey of becoming Kingsley. Kingsley doesn’t just stick with one genre, her vocal can do anything - her song are influenced by pop to R&B and anything in between!
Photo Clickthrough to her bandcamp website, and/or more on Kingsley HERE.
Guest Artist Michelle Lattanzi is a Portland native who credits her photographic inspiration to the many childhood trips around the Pacific Northwest with her family. The light patterns in the trees, the textures and colors of the plants, rocks, bark and shrubs, the scents of the earth and sounds of nature all find representation in her pieces. Michelle’s unique talent of looking at subjects from underneath, close up, and making them look unrecognizable are what drives her art.
Similarly, the texture, pattern and tactile qualities of handmade papers and textiles are great inspiration for collaging and sewing her own clothes. Michelle is a passionate cook and loves the texture, aroma and sensation of food. Photography is just a visual extension of her fascination with materials.