"Anyone can be a princess. I'm an Empress!"


Empress Cherry Sunday can be described in just one word ... a CLOWN! (The 'a' before saying 'CLOWN' doesn't count as a word in this instance, btw.)


Empress Cherry Sunday is an award winning face painter! Recognized by the World Clown Association at the 2016 Orlando and the 2015 Reno Conventions!


With over 15-years of experience in the make-up and fashion industry, she had a chance to run away with the circus to work behind the scenes. She couldn't help but to try her hand at a little clown. Balloons and face paint came naturally to her and her passion for the art of clown still grows. There is nothing like the look of joy in a child's eyes when they see an animal made of air or a glittering butterfly on their face in the mirror.


Empress Cherry Sunday has taken multiple workshops and courses to hone her skill as an entertainers, she is a member of several family entertainer organizations and has the necessary insurance for live events.





Empress Cherry Sunday is known for her glamorous and approachable take on the clown look: everywhere she goes people fawn over her make up! Ever want to know what makes this look so unique!?


The answer is the amazing products from the MAC Cosmetics professional line - MAC PRO! Integrating high-end fashion products and techniques has helped to shape this international award-winning face painter's beautiful and unique clown persona, Empress Cherry Sunday.


We are proud to announce that MAC Cosmetics is now the official make-up provider of Empress Cherry Sunday. Workshops, articles with product recommendations, information about getting MAC PRO Cards and tutorials are on their way! Private lessons are already available upon request. 

A special thank you to the Canadian Council of the Arts for approving my  Inter-Arts Office : Travel Grants to Artists to attend the 2015 World Clown Association Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada! 

Click here to watch my adventure unfold! 



We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.


Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien. L’an dernier, le Conseil  a investi 153 millions de dollars pour mettre de l’art dans la vie des Canadiennes et des Canadiens de tout le pays.