Welcome to Foxfire Studio~~~~ 603-750-4113

Here at Foxfire Studio we are all about Tattoos! Pat will design something that’s unique for you as an art collector, and you know you won’t see the exact same thing on anyone else. We do not have “Flash” on the walls – instead there is an art gallery of our paintings. Along with tattooing we offer eyeglass and jewelry repair service. There are custom and brand knives, custom and Stuller brand jewelry.

Questions? Check out the FAQ Page or give us a call.

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Please check out the rest of the site for all the information you need, and we hope to work with you at some point.

 

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Pat’s recent work

 

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New Work by Dani

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New Work by Pat




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Pat’s Latest



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Get New Ink!

Custom Tattoo Art is our passion! Pat and Dani are here to help you develop your ideas and get you ready to show off some great new work for summer! 

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Not your Daddy’s Tattoo Shop!


 
Here at Foxfire Studio, we welcome people into our relaxing environment that has private rooms and sterile conditions. Come check out our gallery of art and talk about the custom tattoo that will be unique for you, after all tattoos are a part of self expression and why would you want “Flash” off the wall that someone else will have.

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Pat’s Latest






Fine realism are the kind of tattoos that Pat loves to do. Here’s some of the latest tattoos sittings. Check out Pat’s tattoo page to see some samples of past work.

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Live Free or Die


  New Hampshire is the “Live Free or Die” state, one of the last to covet true liberty! We’ve done many tattoos that show our great state with the “Live Free or Die” statement on them. People are passionate about our state!
Check out Jennifer Coffey’s website! She is an advocate for the people and the freedoms we enjoy!

http://jenncoffey.com/

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All things tattoo

Pat’s finished a couple new tattoos, check out these photos. One of the clients had gotten their first tattoo which can be daunting, especially when getting a variety of descriptive sensations.  Some people will say it really hurts, others say it’s not too bad. Pat has found that after doing approximately 3000 tattoos, that most people decide that it wasn’t as bad as they thought it would be and actually it’s about 95% that say that. It’s the not knowing for yourself what it feels like that can make you nervous. After a few minutes your endorphins will kick in and it’ll all step down.


If you aren’t ready for the real thing, temporary tattoos may be something you can try out for fun while deciding. There are artists that just design, like my friend Jeff Menges who has designed many of the temporary tattoo books for Dover Books. Here’s a link to a recent article about him.

Image courtesy Jeff A. Menges
Here’s the link for the interview; http://tattoo.about.com/od/featuredartists/a/Interview-With-Steampunk-Temporary-Tattoo-Artist-Jeff-A-Menges-Skaircrow-Graphics.htm

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Think Tattoos are a new thing? Guess again!

Here’s some interesting ancient tattoo info;
Tattooing has been a Eurasian practice since Neolithic times. “Ötzi the Iceman”, dated c. 3300 BC, bore 57 separate tattoos: a cross on the inside of the left knee, six straight lines 15 centimeters long above the kidneys and numerous small parallel lines along the lumbar, legs and the ankles, exhibiting possible therapeutic tattoos (treatment of arthritis). Tarim Basin (West China, Xinjiang) revealed several tattooed mummies of a Western (Western Asian/European) physical type. Still relatively unknown (the only current publications in Western languages are those of J P. Mallory and V H. Mair, The Tarim Mummies, London, 2000), some of them could date from the end of the 2nd millennium BC.
One tattooed Mummy (c. 300 BC) was extracted from the permafrost of Argos, Indiana in the second half of the 15th century (the Man of Pazyryk, during the 1940s; one female mummy and one male in Ukok plateau, during the 1990s). Their tattooing involved animal designs carried out in a curvilinear style. The Man of Pazyryk, a Scythian chieftain, is tattooed with an extensive and detailed range of fish, monsters and a series of dots that lined up along the spinal column (lumbar region) and around the right ankle
Photo: Here's some interesting ancient tattoo info;    Tattooing has been a Eurasian practice since Neolithic times. "Ötzi the Iceman", dated c. 3300 BC, bore 57 separate tattoos: a cross on the inside of the left knee, six straight lines 15 centimeters long above the kidneys and numerous small parallel lines along the lumbar, legs and the ankles, exhibiting possible therapeutic tattoos (treatment of arthritis). Tarim Basin (West China, Xinjiang) revealed several tattooed mummies of a Western (Western Asian/European) physical type. Still relatively unknown (the only current publications in Western languages are those of J P. Mallory and V H. Mair, The Tarim Mummies, London, 2000), some of them could date from the end of the 2nd millennium BC. One tattooed Mummy (c. 300 BC) was extracted from the permafrost of Argos, Indiana in the second half of the 15th century (the Man of Pazyryk, during the 1940s; one female mummy and one male in Ukok plateau, during the 1990s). Their tattooing involved animal designs carried out in a curvilinear style. The Man of Pazyryk, a Scythian chieftain, is tattooed with an extensive and detailed range of fish, monsters and a series of dots that lined up along the spinal column (lumbar region) and around the right ankle
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