Friday, July 22, 2016

Interpreting Nature Through Tattooing

brucius tattooOn Saturday and Sunday, July 30th and 31st at 1 pm, world-renowned tattoo artists, Brucius and Molly Tsongas, Director of Tatzoo will be at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake talking about using the art of tattooing to interpret science and nature. From 2 pm until 5 pm on both days Brucius will be inking tattoos over a live tattoo webcast while interpreting his process.

Brucius known for his distinctive linework and fine blackwork, specializes in natural, scientific and medieval illustration, as well as tattoos in an etching and engraving style. Based in San Francisco, he will be at The Wild Center to talk about the evolution of the art of tattooing and his style of inking science-based tattoos. You can learn more about Brucius here.

Brucius will be joined by his colleague and friend, Molly Tsongas, the founder of Tatzoo, a conservation organization that invites people to put some skin in the game for the animals they love. She trains young conservation leaders who advocate for local endangered species and gives them wildlife tattoos for their leadership.

The Wild Center is open daily from 10 am until 6 pm between Memorial Day and Labor Day. For more information, visit their website.

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