Director Quentin Tarantino, three-time Academy Award Nominee director David Lynch and Billy Gibbons, original founder of the legendary Texas rock band ZZ Top, are just some of the boldfaced celebrities who have been seduced by the work of Austin glitter artist, Sue Zola. But Zola, who uses glitter to evoke emotion and recreate cultural icons and symbols of the 50s, 60s and 70s is not fazed at all. Her work has been featured in high-profile TV shows such as VH1’s reality show, The Pick-Up Artist, The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-In’s & Dives and the hit show Will and Grace; its attention-getting, bright, shiny, funky pieces a metaphor for our current and past times. Zola’s glitter art has been exhibited in many galleries in cities all over the country including Chicago and Miami, New York and Los Angeles and has appeared in Las Vegas art shows with legendary punk rock icons Iggy Pop, Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo and Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon to benefit the Burlesque Hall of Fame and Breast Defense. Keep an eye out for Sue Zola’s glitter art in the Christmas film “When Angels Sing” starring Willie Nelson and Harry Connick Jr.