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The Candyland Event Showcased Art in many Forms Of Living Canvasas


Art was not still in any form Saturday Night at the Village Theatre in Davenport.

Brushes were dipped in vivid colors, and paint was carefully and creatively applied. However, each canvas was breathing and alive.

Artists Sarah Robb, of Davenport, and Nicole Cisne Durbin, of Rock Island, hosted the Candyland Body Art and Fashion Show to allow people to be a part of an art experience and expose them to various art forms, Ms. Cisne Durbin said.

"This is really about promoting different art forms," she said. "We want to let people know they can be artistic and creative in multiple ways."

The event included Ms. Robb and volunteers body painting models into the Candyland game characters — her very own interpretation of the characters, she explained. Miranda Skye with Sky High Hoops performed, and there was a vintage fashion show by the Village of East Davenport store Mint Green.

The event also included Ms. Cisne Durbin painting a canvas live on stage and then, once it was completed, painting live models to look like the canvas so they would blend in.

The theater was standing-room only, and 50 volunteer crew members assisted with the first-time event. Some volunteers were behind the stage doing hair and make-up while others, such as Jim Julien, of Rock Island, were prop models or, as Ms. Cisne Durbin referred to them, "a walking piece of art."

He wore a black iridescent tuxedo coat with tails, one that brought out the purple, silver and green when he walked under a dim overhead light. Mr. Julien's face was painted with a tri-colored mask that matched a wildly-messy grey-black wig he wore, highlighted with strands of what could be purple and green tinsel. He had a skull and garter painted on his leg and an intricate design leading down the side of each leg to his socks.

He said he volunteered because it is fun, as is the interaction he has with people.

"It recharges my batteries," he said. "I am free to be anything I want to be. You play to the audience."

Irene Rivera English, of Kewanee, was also a prop model, the Candyland character Princess Lolly. With a lollypop in hand and many fabric ones decorating her hand-made skirt, she said she volunteered to support the arts.

"For this area, (body painting) is something unique most people have not seen in general. This event is an expression of art on body and in costumes."


Information About RobbDesigns ~ Sarah Robb


  Currently has a variety of original fine art pieces available for sale as well as prints of original work. View the online gallery photos to get a glimpse of the variety of art offered.

  Contact Sarah and see more of her works on her RobbDesigns Facebook Page or by email sarahrobb15@yahoo.com to establish a private appointment to view the available art up close and personal.

  Sarah will also create oil, acrylic or mixed media pieces to coordinate with your home or office decor. Color and design consultations can be arranged.

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