Jonathan is Leaving Us
December 23rd is Jonathan Norman's last day here at Tattoo City. We've had the pleasure of his company and talents for a little over a year. Unfortuntately, Missouri calls him home and he'll be leaving us. If you currently have any in progress pieces with Jonathan, or would like to get something by him before he leaves, schedule your appointment soon.

   
Chucho was interviewed by USA Today
Our very own Chucho was recently interviewed by USA Today regarding Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, style tattoos. Check out the article here: USA Today Article

Tattoo City welcome new artist Julian Hernandez to our crew.
Tattoo City welcomes artist Julian Hernandez to our line up of great artists.  He brings ten years of experience working in the Chicago area alongside some truly great artists.  Stop in and meet him and schedule a new tattoo. 
Welcome Back Dana Buxbaum

Welcome Back
Tattoo City and the Flower of Life Art Gallery are very happy to announce that Dana Buxbaum will be returning as our new Shop Manager. Many of you may remember her smiling face at the front desk through 2013-2016. She will be joining us once again in a bigger and better role and we look forward to her charm and the great things she brings to our studio and art gallery.

5th Anniversary of the Flower of Life Art Gallery and the current location of Tattoo City

Today April 13th marks the 5th Anniversary of The Flower of Life Art Gallery and the current location of Tattoo City which was originally open June 1st 1994. It has been a roller coaster ride over the years but a rewarding journey full of wonderful people and great art.

I want to thank all our staff, past and present for helping to make our shop and gallery a success and for giving our clients the best experience possible. Many thanks to Ed Smith and The Artist Guild of Lockport for the friendships through art and helping to fill our gallery walls with your wonderful creations. It has been awesome to see so many local artists come together and share the fruits of their artistic labors and it is an organization that I am very proud to be a part of.

Much love and gratitude to Misty Soderholm the event coordinator and art instructor at the gallery. She has helped the Flower of Life grow into a great space for learning and sharing art with the community. I could not do it without her.

We appreciate so much all the patrons of our gallery shows and the clients of Tattoo City. Thank you all for the many years of success and we plan to keep pushing for bigger and better things in the years to come.

Stop by our art show opening tomorrow April 14th from 6-9 to help celebrate with us.

Thank you all from the bottom of my heart,
Larry Brogan