Visual art comes in all shapes, sizes and colors. It just all depends on the medium of expression. For some artists, the human body is their canvas. “I think tattoos are so beautiful and bold,” said tattoo enthusiast Sheri Johnson, 28, of Grants Pass. “Everyone has misconceptions. But really, it’s in the eye of the beholder.” Tattoo artists from across the state set up shop at the Douglas County Fairgrounds to celebrate, Inkfest, the area’s first tattoo convention Friday through Sunday. Casey Sheehan, 36, of Irish Ink in Grants Pass spent a portion of Saturday afternoon tattooing Johnson’s left thigh …
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