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Natalie Irish

There are rumors that she has been creating works of art since in utero. Following her birth, Natalie Irish quickly began to shock and amaze every entity with her astonishing artwork of all conceivable mediums and dominate all competitions of the arts.

Formally her achievements began with Best in District at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Art Competition at the tender age of 5. She would go on to rank among the top contestants of the prestigious competition every year thereafter all the way through high school. She would then add to her long list of accolades several awards from the Galveston Arts Alliance before venturing off to the University of North Texas to study metalsmithing and ceramics. But we are getting ahead of ourselves. To say the least, young Natalie was a child prodigy. Her wizardry in drawing, painting, and sculpture truly showed no bounds. Her transcendent intellect, flowing blonde hair and angelic face simply added to her magnetism as a young artist. Her charm and philanthropic ways were indeed just the icing on the cake. Alas, it would later be cake itself that would one day try to destroy the promising girl wonder. One fateful October night Miss Irish was stricken with a debilitating and misunderstood disease that hospitalized her for weeks. It ultimately left her completely dependent on a machine that was to be attached to her body 24/7 in order for her to sustain life. When many would have given up all hope, Natalie Irish did not waiver. No, Miss Irish gained a miraculous sense of determination and resolve in her new life as a CYBORG…

This is an example from her lipstick drawings…

Take a look at her page

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