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The red-haired bon vivant

How artist Vince McIndoe’s creation — the woman with the red hair — has become the signature icon for Lodi’s ZinFest

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Posted: Friday, May 10, 2013 7:07 am

She radiates confidence and sex appeal. Her long hair — always fiery red with subtle waves hanging around her shoulders — is her signature. Sometimes she appears frivolous and carefree, her body wrapped around a wine bottle with that wide red smile. Other times, she is contemplative; lying at the edge of the Lodi Lake with a glass of purple wine in her hand and strappy heels on her feet.

This woman, as mysterious as she appears, is the face of ZinFest. Her gaze has graced the artful event posters for nine years. The only man who really knows her is her creator, artist and illustrator Vince McIndoe, who is commissioned annually by the Lodi Winegrape Commission to create an advertorial poster that translates as a visual picture of the festival’s personality.

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