Christina "Buffalo" Larkin is an artist with bold fashion sense. She's not afraid to wear zombie roadkill tights with a polka dot skirt. People remember her wherever she goes. When not prowling fabric stores, Buffalo can be found prowling the library shelves, or bribing brewmasters with tasty treats. When the zombie apocalypse comes, Christina will be very valuable. She knows how to do important things -- like brew beer and make bread and candy. She can also time and tune a 1963 Impala.
Christina wasn't always so devil-may-care. Back in the mesozoic era, she attended UCLA with a declared major of pre-med. But she soon abandoned that for Art and earned her BA. She has a Masters of Art degree with a specialty in watercolor painting from Cal State Northridge.
From 1977 until 1990-something, Buffalo was a regular fixture at the California Renaissance Pleasure Faire -- both northern and southern edition. She also sold her wares at the San Francisco Dickens Fair and the Texas Renaissance Festival. Her greatest claim to fame is her hats -- crocheted out of hand-dyed raffia. Accept no substitute. But she makes so much more than hats. See the gallery for examples.
Bio by Lisa Larkin