“Co-Op Shines Light on Jane Gabrielle's Art Posted by Handshake 2.0 at 8:30 AM on March 10, 2012: Adam Markham by Jane GabrielleJane Gabrielle is the featured artist at Roanoke's Natural Food Co-op in Roanoke, Virginia during March, 2012. One of her works on display is a pen and ink sketch of Adam Markham of Tinnell's Finer Foods. Adam Markham was featured on February 27, 2012 in Who's in FRONT? on Handshake 2.0 and in the February, 2012 issue of Valley Business FRONT. Jane Gabrielle kindly offered her art to Handshake 2.0 and we're delighted to feature it here. We invite you to check out examples of her face painting on One World Face Art. Gorgeous! Jane Gabrielle is a freelance writer and visual and performing artist. She offers full face theatrical face painting for the neighbor and corporate client in Southwest Virginia. She is available for graphic design, murals, faux painting, calligraphy and other personal artistic services. Valley Business FRONT is a client of Handshak”
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