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Each artist at White Lotus Body Arts Studio work by appointment only. They like to collaborate directly with their clients to create body art based on their input, but also provide guidance and artistic vision for the process. Please chose an artist and contact them directly via the contact link oh their portfolio page. We believe you should pick an artist based on how their style fits your unique needs. Make the tattoo of your dreams come true with us.


Kristina Bennett


Sandra Price


Cloud Hamilton
Jr. Tattoo Artist


Krystal Ball
Jr. Tattoo Artist


Dylan Reinhart


Jenna Disorbo PMU Artist

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Future Guest Artist

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Artist: Tattoo Services


Etiquette is a code of behavior for people from all walks of life.

DO go to our website and chose an artist that you would like to work with. Contact links are on each artist profile page.

DO include your FULL name, email, location, and phone number.

DO NOT contact multiple artists about the same tattoo, as this seen a major breach of etiquette.

DO include a description of the concept of the tattoo you are wanting, this is where you need to write enough information to explain your idea in its entirety. Be sure to also give a general estimate of size in inches, where it will be going on your body, and if you are wanting your piece to be black and grey, or have elements of color. This will help your artist come up with a time estimate and know how much time you need to be scheduled for.

DO attach any images needed to convey your idea. Find images from life, not ones of other peoples tattoos, unless you are referencing the placement/size, for inspiration or the type of tattooing (i.e. realism, traditional, neotradtional, dot work). If you want a tattoo of a turtle, find a photo of an actual turtle.

DO NOT send photos of other peoples’ tattoos that you want to replicate. That tattoo is theirs. It is fine if you just want something inspired by it, but replicate someone’s custom piece is not ok.

DO send all reference image in one email, and respond in the email chain. It makes it easier for us to find everything we have discuss.

DO include what your schedule is like, if you are wanting to book an appointment. If you work, include when you work, or, if you can you request time off and days of the week/times do not matter for booking.

DO be clear about any questions you have and list them all together at the end of your email. This saves your artist time from having to search around and read and reread multiple times.

DO be patient. Your artist will reply. DON’T send an email every hour or day checking in. This is especially the case if your artist books out quite a ways. I usually tell people you can expect up to two weeks before a reply. If you don’t get a reply in two weeks, then it’s okay to resend your email and check in, just in case your message did end up lost in cyberspace.

DO be prepared that once you start the process for booking that you will more than likely be required to leave credit card information (for nor show insurance)or pay a booking deposit for your appointment.

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