SWAN Day soars with creativity
Shayla Grant of Bristol minds the booth of her mother, artist Ginger Grant of Bristol.
A variety of creative arts… from paintings to jewelry to fashion to music to fire dancing to burlesque… was all on display at the seventh annual SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) on Saturday at Illusions Dance Club in Wolcott.
Vivienne LaFlamme closes out the burlesque portion of the night’s proceedings at Saturday’s SWAN Day at Illusions in Wolcott.
Miss Leona Starr performs her burlesque act at SWAN Day
Victoria Van Layer of Connecticut’s Beat City Beauties performs a burlesque routine at SWAN Day.
Jennifer Hill and Co. take their turn on the stage at SWAN Day. Hill is the organizer of the annual arts event.
Farewood rocks out at SWAN Day.
Them Damn Hamiltons hit the stage.
Artist Kerry Kennedy painting live on stage as bands perform at SWAN Day on Saturday.
The Royal Din performs at SWAN Day.
Sarah Barrios entertains the SWAN Day crowds.
SWAN Day organizer Jennifer Hill is a local vocal instructor. Some of her students perform for the SWAN Day crowds at Illusions.
Anatolia Firegoddess dances with fire outside of Illusions Dance Club at SWAN Day.