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 Far North Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
My story is pretty simple. I spent way too long in the corporate world in hotel sales, which I pursued because of a college degree. I feel a lot of people get stuck in a career simply trying to meet financial goals. Read more>>
I started Page Photography about 13 years ago. I always had a love for cameras and photography. I enjoyed growing up watching my dad using his camera and wanted to learn how it worked and the ins and outs of it. Read more>>
The bullying continued through middle school and early high school. I joined the media tech classes my junior year and I decided that’s what I wanted to pursue to get student debt: film and television production. Read more>>
They were always creating amazing projects from simple, everyday items. It was well-known in our house that “possibilities are only limited to your own creativity”. Read more>>
I started editing things such as video games and skateboard videos, then i got into short films. Recently i started to do photography and it is becoming one of my passions. Read more>>
I was born and raised in south Louisiana. The fourth of six children, growing up in a family of diverse interests. Our parents nurtured and supported all of us in a loving home environment. Sports activities and scouting were the typical platforms for character development and discipline. My dad was the coach, so I made the team. Yeah! Read more>>
Photography has been a hobby of mine since college where I majored in Business Administration. However, all of my elective courses were in art. So I have a unique education in business and art. Read more>>
I fell in love with the idea of being able to be creative and free through improvisational music, so I think it was only natural that I started to gravitate more towards playing and singing jazz. Read more>>
I feel this anecdote accurately describes how I not only got into photography, but the process of developing my skill and artistic voice. I have no training, had no mentor, I just bought a camera, started shooting, and began ‘figuring it out’. Read more>>
From an early age, my teacher and mentor, Gustav Likan, instilled in me the desire to create beauty through color and form, regardless of the subject matter. I was introduced to Likan when I was six, and began studying in his adult classes at the Art School at Laguna Gloria in Austin, Texas. Read more>>