A international magazine on art, fashion, photography, film, tv and stage.
Inside you will find 77 pages of compelling articles on various artists, from all around the United States, accompanied with lots of colorful images of their works; and commentary.
This issues Table of Contents:
6 Rafal Karcz - Poland
12 Charlie Knighton - USA
18 Regina Chapman - USA
24 Iris Gillispie - USA
32 Danville Fashion Team By Sally Susan Popu
36 Martinsville Fashion Team By Ashlie Thompson
40 Rocky Mount Fashion Team By Ciara Roberts
44 Charles Goforth - USA
50 Zara Lipstixx - England
71 Photo Glimmers By Iris Gillispie - USA
72 Last Shot By Jason Rothe - Argentina
Film - Television - Stage
56 Virginia’s Explore Park
58 Kim Greene - Hollywood Film Makeup Artist
62 Jani Kleinbard - Los Angeles TV Hair Stylist
64 Opera is “in” in Central Virginia
66 Leland George On Stage in Martinsville, VA
68 Eric Roberson - Music On Stage In Los Angeles
2 Strike A Pose For Art By Iris Gillispie
4 The TAP Trichotomy: By Kevin Gillispie
30 Piedmont Writers Group
70 Addicted To Art Drama By Charles Hill
Iris Gillispie - Publisher of In Frame Visual Arts Magazine, is a 25-year veteran of Los Angeles' fashion, film and television industry. During Iris’ time in Los Angeles she also co-owned Makeup Techniques of Hollywood, a California state accredited trade school.
Retiring to the east coast was a big change for her. She soon discovered that retirement wasn’t to her liking -- she realized she had to reinvent herself, as the work she did on the west coast was not possible on the east.
After 4 years of exploring different venues to satisfy her creative entrepreneurial thirst, she discovered that publishing was right up her alley. With her resources in Hollywood and the new found artists’ community on the east coast, her magazine is always filled with unique visual content by talented artists, with loads of photos of their works. Iris now enjoys her life on the east coast and her continued connections to her friends and former colleagues in the city that helped launch her careers, "The City of Angels" -- Los Angeles.