EXPOSURE 2013 is an event that features women’s vert and bowl competitions, beginner clinics, yoga, music, food and vendor booth displays. Net event proceeds support Carol’s House, a shelter for victims of domestic violence.
To provide an avenue for female skaters to succeed as well as to raise money for victims of domestic violence.
EXPOSURE is an annual women’s skateboarding benefit event. Proceeds go to Carol’s House, a shelter for survivors of domestic violence.
Estria invited the Few and Far ladies to participate in a mural project for Castlemont Highschool. There are over 50 murals currently running on the campus. Some of the ladies traveled from far distances to collaborate on this project.
Elizabeth was born in Cuba and moved to Miami, FL at the age of 5. Growing up she believed that she would go into the legal field though she always admired all forms of art. She attended Florida State University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Affairs. Soon after, she moved back to Miami where she realized that she was not sure of what she really wanted to do with her life. She started playing around with nail art in April of 2012 as a form of self expression. Her love for all things art related started to influence her to push her own creativity and try out new ideas with nail art. Eventually she decided that, even though she was not 100% sure where her life would lead her, she would pursue becoming a licensed nail technician. She is currently attending nail school in Fort Pierce, Florida and is scheduled to complete the licensing process by May 2014. She is mainly influenced by street art, the skateboarding community, her Cuban heritage,music, every day life and other nail artists. She can be reached though several social media outlets including:
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