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Shakina Goddess Wear & Divine Art

Booth 654

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Website: http://www.dancingshakina.com/

Last updated: July 12th, 2020

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About the Artisan

A little background about myself and family:
I come from an artistic family where I drew inspiration from both sides of my lineage since I was a very little lady. I grew up as a country hippy girl in southern Oregon (Selma and Cave Junction). My mother had a booth at OCF when I was 8 yrs. old selling her pottery and I sat in front selling my little astrology plaques that I painted and I played my crystal glass flute. I feel OCF has inspired and sculpted me since I was little and is a big influence of who I am today. I am so happy that I have been able to raise my 26-yr.-old son as an artist where he is also inspired and supported by fair.

I studied many mediums of art at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz, CA and continued my artistic education at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles, where I specialized in costume design and Indonesain dance and music. I am grateful for my life, my family and friends who support me, and for the Divine creative Shakti that flows through and inspires me.

I design colorful, symbolic, spiritual and musical inspired banners and prayer flags ($25 to $80). I also design and personally screenprint/tie-dye men’s and goddess garments that have been described as elegant, casual, sexy, funky boogie wear, using mostly natural fibers ($25 to $120).

I am especially grateful to OCF for providing me with the festival playground where I activate my potent potential and make a creative contribution of love, harmony and beauty for my customers.



Shakina Goddess Wear & Divine Art