A graduate of Florida State University, Heather Green has been face painting since she was 14 years old. Heather is a work-a-holic and since finding her passion for face painting, she has succeeded in several business ventures in the arts.
Aunt and mentor, Marcela 'Mama Clown' Murad started Silly Farm Supplies back in 1982 as a physical storefront to distribute face paint and body art products to clowns and professional entertainers.
In 2001 Marcela founded the Face and Body Art International Convention. Soon afterwards Heather joined the FABAIC team as the co-producer. Today, the FABAIC is going strong on it's 13th year and is being held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from May 21st through 25th, 2014.
In 2005, Heather took the reigns as CEO of Silly Farm Supplies and a new venture using the internet was forged. The Silly Farm website was born and since then Silly Farm has grown and continues to supply professional artists and entertainers throughout the world with only the best quality products for face painting and body art.
Heather is also the CEO of FABAtv (Face and Body Art Television). Launched in May 2011, FABAtv has been at the forefront of online education for face painters, body painters and airbrush artists everywhere. No where else can you take a one on one class with internationally acclaimed artists right from the comfort of your living room.
Face painting can add excitement and drama to any party or festival, for children and adults alike! If you are new to face painting though, you might be intimidated by the fact that the whole face becomes a blank canvas—so start with the basics, and learn how quickly and easily you can paint a butterfly! This lesson will teach you the basics of paint placement, how to use a rainbow cake for the bulk of the design, and finally how to embellish your design using simple lines, dots, and glitter.
Get your brushes wet and learn the super-easy basics of face painting. Heather from SillyFarm shows you how to quickly paint a pretty kitty face - one of the designs most requested by kids at parties and fairs. At the same time, Heather teaches the basic strokes you need to feel comfortable with face painting. Learn the best way to load your brush and to paint an attractive line, how to use a sponge for subtle wash of color, and how to apply finishing touches for lips.
In our digital world, there’s nothing like getting a handwritten card in the mail—unless its getting a handwritten and hand painted card in the mail. In this lesson from Fabulously Artsy, learn how to create a stamped and painted card that looks like it came from an expensive boutique. You’ll need a piece of a cardstock, a stamp and stamp pad, a paintbrush, a bit of time, and a lot of creativity. When you are finished painting, add embellishments to create a truly special piece of stationary.