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Natalia Fabia House Tour: Hookers, Pink, & Chandeliers

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Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 5:26 AM

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Artist Natalia Fabia loves hookers and the color pink. (Click here to read about her last Hooker Pageant.) She lives in a bungalow in Glendale and recently opened up her house to the LA Weekly for a studio tour. That's her in the photo above with the painting she's working on for the upcoming Three Apples: Hello Kitty exhibit at Royal/T.

click to enlarge I wonder who lives here?
  • I wonder who lives here?

click to enlarge A sketch by Natalia
  • A sketch by Natalia

click to enlarge Her cat, Toulouse. Normally frisky, but mellow today.
  • Her cat, Toulouse. Normally frisky, but mellow today.

click to enlarge The bedroom. Connects directly to her studio space. The schedule is usually: sleep, wake, paint, repeat.
  • The bedroom. Connects directly to her studio space. The schedule is usually: sleep, wake, paint, repeat.

click to enlarge Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?
  • Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?

click to enlarge In the kitchen.
  • In the kitchen.

click to enlarge She loves this thrift store painting. Can't decide whether or not to paint over it.
  • She loves this thrift store painting. Can't decide whether or not to paint over it.

click to enlarge Natalia makes jewelry on the side.
  • Natalia makes jewelry on the side.

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