I am a Soul Artist Practitioner who utilizes the healing therapies of Touch and ART, “to hold space” as WE, the energies of this earth, remember our Wholeness. The Art the healing therapies of Touch and ART, “to hold space” as WE, the energies of this earth, remember our Wholeness. The Art WE are co-creating represents the Seeds Of Light awakening within US!
As an emissary of the Rainbow Consciousness, and Spirit Whisperer, I am guided to align and attune the highest frequency and vibration of LIGHT within each Reiki, Rainbow, and Star Seed Spirit. The Spirits range in size from 8″ x 20″; 18″ x 36″ and 1′ x 5′.
Our award-winning book “Sacred Heart Soul Art”, our new publication the Oracle Deck, from the center ~ spirit guided paths are available for purchase as well as prints, paintings, and art gatherings.
I invite you to join me in the Stillness to experience creation from a non-linear point of view; offering abundant opportunities to follow the ebb and flow of important and life changing, creative breakthroughs.
Welcome to the SEEDS OF LIGHT !
Brianna Eve Vitale has been performing on stage in Theater, Musical Theater, Choirs, Modeling, and Vocal Performances for over 10 years. She now lives in New York City perusing her dreams. Brianna leaves in May to play Sophie in Mamma Mia for four months in Wisconsin. She was also in Gloria! at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia as the lead role of the Virgin Mary. Brianna graduated Rutgers University with a music degree and a minor in entrepreneurship. In college she performed as Laurey Williams in Oklahoma!, was in the ensemble of the full staged opera, Lakme, and was a member of the Voorhees Woman’s Choir as well as the elite Kirkpatrick Choir. A few years ago, she was cast as Jayne in the new Off-Broadway Production of Broadway Jayne in NYC. She has trained with vocal coaches from English National Opera House in London, Mason Gross, NYU, and Juilliard. She has performed at local Community Theaters in productions such as Into The Woods (Cinderella), Lucky Stiff (Annabel Glick), Sweeny Todd (Asylum Patient), Sound of Music (Nun Sophia), Bye Bye Birdie (Kim McAfee), and Godspell (Peggy). She was awarded the Rising Stars Finalist for Best High School Classical Vocalist at the Algonquin Theatre. She was nominated for a Count Basie Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical and Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for two consecutive years. She was nominated for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Musical at Paper Mill Playhouse for her role as Annabel Glick in Lucky Stiff. In 2012 she studied at the NYU Steinhart Opera Summer Program and in 2013 she attended the Paper Mill Playhouse Musical Theater Summer Conservatory. She also writes her own music and was nominated for Best Female Vocalist at the JAM Awards in New Jersey for her single “Like a Rose”, that is on iTunes. She is currently going on auditions in the city, singing every chance she can, writing music, taking classes in NYC (workshops), and focusing on growing as a performer and as an artist. She’s excited for the future and determined to keep pushing herself until she reaches her goals.
To follow Brianna's journey you can go to www.briannaeve.com and become a fan.
STELLA was raised in an eclectic musical family with classical roots on one side and pop on the other. She grew up listening to everything from Mozart to Queen and has been determined ever since to ‘do it all,’ singing in the footsteps of her idol and greatest influence, Linda Ronstadt. ‘Her music and her voice have forever left a print on mine.’ One of Stella’s many projects, ‘Heart Like A Wheel’ is her tribute to Ronstadt and emphasizes her early hits. Their first show at B.B. King’s in Manhattan was a huge success.
Stella has been a sought-after performer for many years. Her versatility has allowed her to make an impression as both a musician and songwriter. Stella graduated from Manhattan School of Music Prep in NY, attended Westminster Choir College in Princeton and completed her undergraduate degree in Classical Voice at William Paterson University in NJ. Her career has taken her from performing in high-profile bands to recording jingles to appearing in off-Broadway’s ‘Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding.’ Stella has also been heard at Newark, NJ’s Performing Arts Center several times including an invitation to give a pre-show concert for Liza Minnelli. Being bilingual, Stella is well-known on the Italian-American circuit and performs extensively throughout the New York City area in festivals and concerts. In September 2017, she performed at Dante Hall in Atlantic City, NJ in a Tribute to Pavarotti with Italian tenor Augusto Celsi. Stella is also invited to sing the National Anthem on various occasions and performs it regularly at Prudential Center in Newark, NJ.
Songwriting began at an early age when Stella began scribbling lyrics and wrote her first song, ‘Come Sail Away With Me,’ with a middle school friend. She continued writing throughout high school and college. Invited by an agent in Brescia, Italy to participate in the Sanremo Music Festival, Stella received rave reviews for the performance of one of her original songs ‘Dream Come True’ that took her through the many rounds of the festival, landing her among the top remaining contestants. One of her other tracks ‘Finally’ has been frequently used as a wedding song. In 2010, Stella was asked by international artist Philippe Valy to write the anthem for a new anti-smoking campaign. ‘Day After Day’ was completed shortly after. Many songs later, Stella’s current library includes ‘Out of the Rain’ and ‘The Best Christmas,’ due to be re-released this year and dedicated to all of those who are anxiously waiting for family members to come home for Christmas.
‘Out of the Rain’ was completed in conjunction with ‘The Place I Belong’ and ‘Time to Say Goodbye,’ all of which were written by Stella and recorded at Water Music Studios in Hoboken, NJ. ‘It’s funny that I love the rain, and this song grew out of both the healing and sadness that rain can bring.’ The song has strong country-crossover appeal and is currently being heard on stations throughout the world. Promoted by Star 1 Entertainment, ‘Out of the Rain’ is due to be released on October 23 on Star 1 Records.
Stella’s talent, heart, drive and dedication are what have touched her audiences until now and what will continue to attract audiences in her future.
Fashion Haunts Magazine was proud to feature works from legendary Musician and Fine Artist Paul Stanley. The Collection of original paintings, mixed media originals, limited edition prints, and hand-painted acrylic sculptures is currently being showcased in gallery locations throughout the United States.
Stanley designed and created the iconic KISS logo which remains universally recognized as one of the greatest logos of the 20th century. His artistic and visual input has been and continues to be seen in his designs of KISS album covers, performance stages and apparel.
Stanley returned to his passion for painting ten years ago by creating portraits and abstracts that are emotionally charged compositions. His tremendous success with his artwork has led to an entirely new fan and media presence for the accomplished Musician, Actor and Artist. He maximizes the direct and powerful impact of his paintings through scale, texture, color and simplicity of imagery.
Stanley’s works have been praised by well-known and distinguished art critics and acquired by fans, celebrities and art collectors. The Artist has been commissioned to create numerous large works that are on exhibition globally.
Storm Ritter Relaxing in Her Village Studio
Artist of the Month
Welcome to the colorful, psychedelic and amazing world of artist Storm Ritter. FHM visited this young ladies West Village store located on 14 West 8th St. NYC and was blown away by her amazing energy and talented way of expressing her art. From her famous Cool People figures to the Divine Faces that engulfs her studio ceiling. This pretty little gem of a studio is a must see when visiting NYC!
Storm Ritter is an ambidextrous artist, fashion designer, and retailer located in the West Village, NYC. All artwork and apparel is painted, designed, and/or curated by Storm in studio. She leads a crew to manufacture and sell all product in the store, allowing her to run a working studio and creative storefront.
As a small business owner, Storm opens and closes the shop daily with the support of her staff of charismatic sales associates, a talented seamstress, and studio cat, Velvet. Oh yeah, she also wears a fanny pack and uses two brushes!
A GRADUATE OF CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY, CJ COHN WAS THE FOUNDER OF THE RENOWNED SUMMERART PROGRAM AT THE MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM, WHILE SERVING AS THE DIRECTOR OF THE YARD SCHOOL OF ART. SHE IS ALSO A PUBLISHED COMMERCIAL ILLUSTRATOR AND HER WORK "RISING FROM THE ASHES" MOST RECENTLY APPEARED AT 73 GALLERY IN MONTCLAIR,NJ. COME JOIN THE ART WORLD OF CAROL j. COHN AND TRANSCEND INTO A WORLD OF BEAUTY!
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Born in New Jersey, Young George has worked with artists from Canada, Argentina, and Denmark, in addition to all around the United States. He was also featured on the popular project "Lucky With The Lights" from fellow New Jersey artist Vero. Buccheri's first record, an account of the ups and downs of young love, is comprised of 16 original songs written by Buccheri and features production by multiple artists, including longtime friend Dillon "Diego" Rigattieri. Young George hopes to inspire others with his music and spread love to as many people as possible by performing at shows, collaborating with other artists, and sharing his art with the world. He has been writing poems since middle school and is also preparing a book of poetry for publication titled "SPIRALS", which depicts the pattern that obstacles arise during life in order to reveal the deeper truths of the universe.
Listen to his music for free at: soundcloud.com/the-young-george
Purchase his music at: theyounggeorge.bandcamp.com
Read his poetry (and look out for his book release) at: instagram.com/theyounggeorge
Follow him on Twitter: twitter.com/theyounggeorge
Debra Bernier was born a middle child, with an older sister and younger brother. She was known as the 'ham in the sandwich', although she would live a vegetarian lifestyle. Growing up in a home without TV, Debra was free to wander and explore her world, encouraged by her Mother to befriend squirrels, bring home salamanders, unearth bones, and cherish bird's nests. One of Debra's earliest memories is digging at the beach, discovering the rich, dark clay layered under the sand. Buckets of clay were hauled home and soon the family's spider-webbed shed was converted into Debra's childhood studio. Clay figures of animals and mermaids would be sculpted, only to dry out and crumble Never one to be discouraged, Debra soon found new mediums to work with and would later complete a B.Ed at Ottawa University, Canada. Today Debra still collects shells and stones, and with her husband, encourages her two beautiful, messy children to explore nature's diversity. Living on Vancouver Island means Debra has an endless supply of driftwood to work with; her favorite medium. Like the bones of past trees, each piece of driftwood holds a story and the spirit of nature. Debra hopes that her art inspires creativity and awakens a connection to the beauty of nature Please feel free to use any images from my Etsy page or from my Facebook page: facebook.com/shapingspirit.
My name is Lena and I'm a self-taught artist. I grew up in an artist family and my mother had the greatest influence on me during my childhood. She creates extraordinary embroideries, sings, writes and takes pictures, which has always fascinated me. We've been through alot and in art I found something that's always given me strength and the possibility to express myself and to communicate even in times I couldn't speak.
Art is my anchor so to say, I love drawing portraits, comics and asian Manga inspired characters, creating collages and abstract, colorful, bohemian aquarelle and water color paintings. Taking and editing pictures also became a big passion of mine. To find the perfect scenes and subjects for my photographs, I just walk through the city, visit exhibitions, graveyards and parks or experiment around with makeup for example. Writing down thoughts and poems is some kind of self reflection and letting go to me. I focus on self and socio-critical thoughts and my personal experiences and turn them into poems, quotes, short stories or songs. Any kind of authenticity, whether I find it in a piece of art, a person or a place, is what inspires me the most and creating art is my way to show gratitude and to give back all the inspiration and motivation I've recieved through it. You can find me on Instagram and Facebook:
Almost invisible she grows in the shade.
Nobody knows her but everyone knows her name.
Like a shadow, silently flashing from brick to brick,
she adorns the walls patiently hoping to finally get picked.
by Aliena Anima
All art and photos below by Aliena Anima
Artist of the Month: Santino Campenelli a.k.a Santino Noir!!!
Fashion Haunts Magazine features the ever so talented triple threat Mr. Santino Campanelli our Jersey Shore Native. Check out his story as he rises to the top!!
How did you begin your journey in to music?
My interest in being a musician came on pretty early when I bought an electric guitar around the age of 10, but it never really grabbed me so I kind of fell out of the idea for a few years. Then around 13 I bought a cheap karaoke mic at a Radio Shack and began singing along to my favorite songs at the time, and I just fell in love with singing and the prospect of being a front man. From there I started my own band, and I’ve been involved in numerous bands, solo projects, and writing and production projects ever since.
Where are you from?
I was born in North Jersey, but we moved around a lot. Largely back and forth between New Jersey and South Florida. Finally planted some roots in Toms River where I attended Toms River High School East for all 4 years. After that I was back in FL, then back to NJ, then NYC for a few years, and I live in Hollywood, CA now. So I guess I’m a bit of a mutt, but New York City and the Jersey Shore were always constants for me no matter where we lived, so I consider them both a home of sorts.
Who have you worked with?
I’ve been fortunate enough and proud to have worked with numerous talented artists in music and film on stage, on set, and in the studio. In music I’ve performed with Motley Crue, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, Machine Gun Kelly, Redman, and tons of other amazing acts. In the studio I’ve written and produced for Melissa Gorga (Real Housewives of NJ) and Deena Cortese (Jersey Shore). In Television and in my first acting gig I’ve worked with our close family friend Jenni “JWoww” Farley (Jersey Shore). And most recently I directed my first feature film “Bully”, which was written by my father Joe Campanelli, with the very talented cast including some very seasoned and wonderful characters in Danny Trejo, Vincent Pastore, Ron Canada, and the youngest on set who held down the entire film like the pro that he is, Tucker Albrizzi. Behind the scenes though, none of these accomplishments would have been possible without awesome and talented bandmates, crew, and staff involved in many of the facets of each project.
What inspires you?
Life. Everything. The high of completing a project you’re proud of, that you poured everything in to. I often draw inspiration from other artists too. Pulling from Film, TV, music, artwork, design, architecture, etc. I love it all.
What are my other endeavors?
Well, beyond the obvious of singing and performing music as a solo artist. I’m currently in two other bands, Crash the Night (think Maroon 5 meets Linkin Park) and Rogue Star (dirty vintage rock with some modern elements). I’ve also dabbled in promotion, club management, production, and marketing. In film… I love directing, from a few music videos and the feature, I can’t wait to do more. I also do editing and post production, sort of a necessity for tight budgets. I also recently launched a clothing and accessories line called Mainstream Misfits, which also sells my music related merch. Acting and modeling are also something I enjoy doing, I’ve shot with some great photographers over the years, and played alongside JWoww in my first feature a couple years back… definitely aiming to work in both of those fields more. But before all of these wonderful creative projects were ever lucrative, graphic and web designer since I was 10 years old. Built my first paid website for a gentleman in South Florida who sharpened scissors and razors for local salons and barbers, and that ability had helped fund most of what I did musically for many years. I’m active as a designer today, but in a much more selective capacity.
Most of my work can be found at www.SantinoNoir.com. You can also follow me at
Irons and Anchors Hair Studio Salon is situated on the outskirts of Allentown, New Jersey. Located at 1 Alyson Way, Suite #2 Allentown, NJ, this salon is a nautical setting of beauty and talent.
Cameo Girl TV was proud to be invited to Irons + Anchors first official photoshoot with models Emily Mott, Rachel Kuras, Larissa Cheff, and what a thrill it was! Seeing all the talent of makeup artists, hair stylists and matched with a great photographer, Suzette Lucas, gave this shoot amazing results!
IRONS+ANCHORS Hair Studio has a fresh new idea behind bringing beauty into this area with its raw industrial look. They have re-purposed materials and salvaged materials, from "unusable" parts to works of art. They want all their guests to feel the love and energy that went into building this 1200-square-foot building!
They have a stunning Color Bar where guests will enjoy being involved with their color processing while sipping on a beverage, playing on their iPads, and charging their phones--revitalization for the spirits and the electronics! They specialize in Schwarzkopf Professional Color and the latest hair trends! They have a Barber on staff to take care of basic men's needs from shape-ups to a full men's barber experience including a hot shave--both of neck and face--and beard trims. They also have a licensed and certified manicurist and reflexologist with 20+ years experience that while you are visiting she will aid in the ultimate relaxtion for you! They as a team want to offer the best possible experience while visiting the salon and look forward to working with you!
At IRONS+ANCHORS, their stylists love educating themselves and pursuing the top trends and most relevant hairstyles. They feel as if the salon is offering a lifestyle to the guests that hasn't been done before in the area. New York has always been on top of their game and we want to bring the loft feel into our backyard! We want to present the common pleasures of a New York salon without the stress of the city and attitude!
"It's important that our guests feel at home with us! It's important to me that our guests know that we aren't your normal small town salon where everyone's business is spread around... I will pride myself knowing I've taken the measures to ensure pure professionalism from my staff!"
~ Maggie Gentz
IRONS+ANCHORS Hair Studio is situated outside Allentown, NJ, at 1 Alyson Way, Suite2, located just off Exit 11 on I-195.
Please come check them out and give them feedback on how they can best serve you!
story by: Sandra Foley
contact Irons + Anchors at www.ironsandanchors.com
Phone: (609) 223-0902