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Thought-Provokers: North Dallas

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 North Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Michelle Tran

I’ve always enjoyed art and creating in many forms. Before Neato Bonito (my current brand and website) became an e-commerce site, it was a DIY blog that I ran with my good friend Margaret. Read more>>

Blythe Dennis

So I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember! I started singing at church in the youth choir. Throughout middle school, high school, and college, I participated in several choirs and performing arts groups. Read more>>

Doyle Chumacog

I’m a fairly new tattoo artist but I have been drawing and creating since I can remember. I was born and raised in Baguio City, Philippines. Growing up in a third world country, it was definitely a different kind of struggle than here but we managed. Read more>>

Kristie Kuempel

I’ve experienced a lot of trial and error trying to get the ball rolling in my career, I wouldn’t change a thing though, I’ve learned so much and will always continue to learn what I can in every aspect of this industry. Read more>>

Andrea Rodriguez

My love for art has been there since I was a little girl. Through out the years I’ve been challenge with many obstacles that I’m still managing to get through. Read more>>

Business Lounge Dallas

BLD is a female inspired co working & event space. It was launched mid January and has been booked every Saturday through July. With only 1 Saturday left. Read more>>

Lynne Bernbaum

While growing up in Dallas back in the 60’s, there was not much offered in the way of art education in the public schools. I was excited to see a flyer in a shop window at Preston Royal Shopping Center that advertised an oil painting class. Read more>>

Lady Grimoire

I’ll actually be modeling in some of his upcoming music videos and I’d also like to add I’m a violinist and I have plans to incorporate that into my works so definitely stay “tuned” for all that haha! Read more>>

Laurie Justus Pace

As splintering light fractions into thousands of colors, Laurie’s journey in life has encompassed many careers: from runway model to graphic artist, from musician to singer, from teacher to artist. Read more>>

Jessica Maffia

In 2008 I was lucky enough to study with Anita Steckel at the Art Students League of New York. She taught me how to see, how to draw, and how to structure my life around art. Read more>>

Michael Bales

I was doing graphic design for a small rainwater harvesting company until a tattooer friend of mine introduced me to one of the owner’s of Rebel Muse Tattoo in Lewisville, Texas and I was able to apprentice under a master of the craft. Read more>>

Amy Stevens

We are beautiful when we choose to contribute to the greater good in a positive way. The platform of TTMO magazine is #beautyfromtheinsideout. The magazine is run by teens for teens and our goal is to spread the message that true beauty is within us all. Read more>>

Agosto Suave

A lot of my family doesn’t believe in my talent, which only drives me to work harder. My goals are continuing to become reality, which gives me motivation to never stop. Read more>>

Aurora Cabrera

I’m a self taught artist working from home and raising a multicultural family. We have been lucky to be able to live in both countries. I enjoy using both sides of my brain, one with my art and the other with my technical job. Read more>>

Adrienne Daniels

I’ve always had a passion for making women feel more beautiful in their own skin. I found that no matter what time I started styling a client, and what time I finished, as long as the client felt better, I was fulfilled, and somewhat liberated. Read more>>

Stephany Ficut

Ever since I was a little kid, I loved art. I loved to create, decorate things and make up stories. But I never really pursued this until I finished my Junior year in high school. Read more>>

Sarah Munger

I gained many life lessons, and was introduced to a wide variety of music and musicians, developing styles, which allowed me to pull from many inspirations to find my own voice. Read more>>

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