Dallas has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.
Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Central Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
This was the first time in my life that I had experienced a huge decision such as this. I would either continue playing and feel a lack of true happiness, or I would make a change for the betterment of myself while potentially affecting those around me. Read more>>
I’m a born and raised Houstonian who recently relocated to the Dallas area. I’m a soccer player and also a cancer survivor at the ripe age of 23 who has seen and accomplished so much in such a short time. I also am a small business owner who utilizes blogging as a platform to create and connect in various niches. Read more>>
Too many don’t give themselves permission to dream and ‘go for it.’ Too many quit their new path in the first two years. My view is that we are generally fit and healthy in our 50s and 60s and there is plenty of time to learn, experiment, meet new people, develop skills and start something completely new. Read more>>
The final step in my process is integrating new pieces and creating a variety of looks with the help of my client’s existing wardrobe. This is where I feel my most creative, and where clients experience real transformation. I create a digital look-book, showing the different looks that can come from their own closet. Read more>>
Dallas has so many iconic landmarks; it makes it super fun to explore the city for different angles and perspectives. I’ve truly been enjoying the experience of photographing the cityscapes and architecture and packing the camera with me when I travel. Read more>>
We consider ourselves snowbirds and follow the warm weather. We do enjoy seeing the typical tourist destinations but usually prefer to venture off the beaten path and visit more obscure places or destinations. I do Jiu Jitsu and am always looking for a new gym to train at while in an area. Read more>>
When I paint I like to throw, splash, drip, and pour acrylic on canvas or wood. I paint to not only inspire myself but others that appreciate my art. When I think about my work, I think of electricity, motion, and positive energy. Read more>>
There are so many twists to the creative process, it’s a thrill when all the bits click together, and I understand that a piece is finished. Much of my work is process-oriented, and the making of it is laborious and arduous, so the pleasure is in the conception and then the completion. Read more>>
All of my products are toxin free. I use only pure essential oils, organic and sustainable botanicals, plant oils, clays, and activated charcoal that will nourish your skin while being kind to our planet. Read more>>
I just want people to be able to relate to those really rough times, good times, etc. A lot of people know me for my constant battle with depression. So when you see my work, you’ll probably sense a lot of depression coming from it or how people deal with it since it’s an everyday occurrence. Read more>>