Jessica Dahl
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Hair Color:Red
Hair Length:Shoulder Length
Eye Color:Brown
Ethnicity :Other
Skin Color:Olive
Experience:Some Experience
Compensation:Depends on Assignment
Join:28 Mar 2013
Last:14 Apr 2014

About Me

If you are looking for long, lean, curvy lines, then you have stopped by the right profile! My Osage Indian and European ancestry has made me tall, svelte model with an hourglass figure, high cheekbones and full lips. My hands and feet are beautiful as well...I have smooth skin, long and slender fingers, and ultra-feminine, well-manicured feet with high arches, long toes and perfect nails. I am flexible, limber, and fit with strong, yet graceful, shoulders and back, a small waist and curvy hips.

As a life-long artist, I chose to take up life modeling so I could experience the other side of the art business. I enjoy harmonizing with creative people with innovative imaginations who are not afraid of either color or the darker side of life.

I have extensive experience in classroom-instructed life modeling for drawing, sculpting and painting and have posed for individual artists as well. I have just recently broken into the fashion modeling world, and I had the opportunity to model for couture designer lines at the Dallas Market Center. I have also delved into modeling for artistic photographers, and I am looking forward to doing much more.

I have been described on multiple occasions by both instructors and students as inspirational, graceful and professional. I am able to pose in a variety of styles and hold poses incredibly well for extended period of time. I work well under direction and am open to most anything your creative imagination can concoct (within reason...and taste) and appreciate genres ranging from classical realism to gritty and abstract.

I am prompt. reliable, and work hard at every job I am given. If I schedule time with you, I will not break our agreement unless there are extreme circumstances, and I will definitely give you as much advance warning as possible. I do not flake...period.

I have worked with:

Maggie Sottero (Designer)
Marine Blu (Designer)
Paul Labadie (Cedars Art Gallery)
Artist's Showplace, LLC
Ilene Geinger-Stanfield
Windswept Photography (John Lehman)
Gene Dillard (Friday Night Lights and Shadows)
Michael O'Keefe (O'Keefe Studio)
Dzhavael Couture (Manhattan)
Ellen Soderquist
Anna Rose Bain
Micheal Mentler
Clayton J. Beck III
The Society of Figurative Arts (Dallas)
Davis Studio (Dallas)


“Heads, Faces, and Figures” Workshop with Clayton J. Beck III (March 7-11, 2013)
“Creating Vibrant Skin Tones” Workshop with Anna Rose Bain (July 19-21, 2013)
“Figure Drawing” Workshop with Ellen Soderquist (July 26-27, 2013)
“Figures and Faces” Workshop with Ilene Geinger-Stanfield (Aug. 5-9, 2013)


"Portraits and Figures" by Anna Rose Bain (Published April 8, 2013)
"Southwest Art Magazine" 21 under 31 Edition, September 2013
"Peacock" Music Video by DJ Kurtz Frausun

I would love to continue working as a life model, but would truly love to delve into more fashion, photography, body art, casting, etc. I am, in fact, eager to diversify my experience and knowledge.

One thing I must make clear, though...I would prefer not to do nude or semi-nude photography. I am only willing to make an exception if I feel like the photographer's vision is unique, innovative, challenging, and aligns with my personal values. I personally feel that the nude female figure is "sexy" enough on its own...and in my opinion, Playboy, Hustler and Penthouse-style photography only cheapens a woman's sensuality.

If you are interested in working with me, please contact me to discuss arrangements and pricing. (Non-serious, creepy, and vague requestors need not apply here, for I have no patience for it.) Please ensure that you are able to give a detailed, clear picture of your intentions and ideas, and I will be delighted to be your muse!


Anna Rose Bain


06 Apr 14 01:02
Nice port!
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