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Thursday, July 05, 2012

Steve Diet Goedde new works at Sin City Gallery...

Okay I admit I love high heels! Now I know what you are thinking, Paco is kinda funny like that. But honestly even though I play for the other team I love a woman who can command a pair of high heels. My mother always said, "you can judge a woman's class from the way she can strut in high heels on a marble floor." Of course my mom would say that considering she did grew up in Buenos Aires during the Evita years and I do have admit she is right. How many times have we seen the ladies walking barefoot in a casino holding their heels? Right! My advise if you cant handle heels don't wear them! But I digress...

But with all this said there is no photographer who can capture the essence of a woman in high heels better than Steve Diet Goedde. I admit I love his work and as a proud owner of one of his more titillating high heel photographs I am a we bit biased. In any case Steve returns to the naughtiest and kinkiest of all Las Vegas art galleries, Sin City Gallery for his latest exhibition of New Works. The exhibition open on Preview Thursday, That's TONIGHT!

Sin City Gallery 
107 E. Charleston Blvd, #100
Las Vegas, NV 89104
July 5, Preview Thursday - 6 to 9 pm
July 6, First Friday - 6 to 11 pm

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