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 Northwest Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
Upon graduation, I attended the University of Texas at Arlington, majoring in illustration. Due to events beyond my control, I had to drop out after one year. Shortly after, I met the father of my children and put down my brush to focus on raising a family. Read more>>
Sydney and Ryan Kroll
We have always found value in our artistic sides and knew we wanted to start a creative business together since we began dating! I was gifted a camera at my college graduation, and Ryan followed shortly after with buying an old Canon on eBay, and the rest is history. Read more>>
None of my work has super deep meanings; sometimes I just like to make stuff that looks cool or beautiful! I love when people come up to me at shows, their eyes light up, and they see something within my pieces that are unique to them. Read more>>
I’m constantly learning, growing, and figuring it all out as I go. However, when it’s something you love and are passionate about, it’s SO much fun! One thing I know is that I want to be the type of photographer that can make you feel comfortable and yourself in front of the camera. Read more>>
I bought my first digital camera in 2008 and began to do free photo shoots, begging people to let me shoot them. As I perfected my craft, I gradually learned more and upgraded my equipment, all of which helped me shift the focus of my subjects from family and friends to clients and more professional-like shoots. Read more>>
I am a self-taught director/cinematography/photographer originally from Ozark, Alabama. I picked up a camera several years at the request of one of my good friends and I’ve been behind one ever since. I’ve always enjoyed movies I never thought I’ve created one, not in a million years. Read more>>
I continued my love for art throughout high school and just kind of did crafts and drew in my free time not thinking anything of it. My high school didn’t offer art classes, so most of my inspiration came from things I had seen out and about or found online. Read more>>
Through several years of working 12 to 14 hours a day I knew I needed more time to commit to production. In fall of 2016 I quit my day job as a mechanical engineer to pursue music full time. Now I produce local artists and bands, pick up gigs as a freelance musician, teach lessons, and play at church every weekend. Read more>>
Imagine coloring your bodies of water as purple, and grass as orange. I found out at an early age that I had protanopia colorblindness. With protanopia colorblindness its different than just red and green, it also includes blue and green. Growing up I loved black and white over colors because I understood the definitions of the grey-scale. Read more>>
MN music has always been apart of my life. I recall hearing the sounds of The Isley Brothers, Luther Vandross, Anita Baker, Sade and Mary J. Blige playing around the house when I was little. I come from a family of hard workers, artists, singers, musicians, writers, dancers and photographers. Read more>>