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Name: Rene Botha
Works at: The Fall Tattooing & Artists Gallery
Specializes in: Blackwork & Black and Grey Realism
About: Born in South Africa, René Botha immigrated to Canada at the age of 14. Inspired by the versatility and genius of Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo, she has been drawing, painting, writing and playing music all her life.
After graduating from high school, René studied the human form in great detail by obtaining a Bachelor of Science majoring in Anatomy. Over the last 8 years of tattooing, René has focused on incorporating elements of realism into her work which projects a distinct style as a tattoo artist.
Why did you start tattooing?: I saw an opportunity to make a living as an artist and I pounced on it!
What was your first tattoo?: Tribal dragon straight out of the 90’s
Driving song of choice: “Oblivion” by Grimes
Dream vacation spot: Iceland
What would someone find in the trunk of your car: A giant bag of winter jackets I can’t fit in my closet.
Your hangover cure: Purple Gatorade
What inspires you?: Bravery, honesty, integrity and generally sticking it to “the man”
Most memorable tattoo you’ve done: I covered up a large swastika on a former white supremacist, who is now an advocate against racism and hate. He has publicly shared his story of the people who challenged him to rethink his bigotry and reform his life.