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 Plano that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I’m a little different than other bloggers in my area. I started off doing photography about 5 years ago and quickly realized as much as I loved the art, I didn’t want it to be my career. I wanted to do something that people could find relatable. Read more>>
After a tumultuous year in high school, I started playing guitar to pass the time and clear my head. I learned how to play by playing along to country radio; that’s also where I learned the importance of melody and songwriting. Read more>>
I’ve worked really hard to find my way back to my passion of photography with an even greater purpose of helping people to tell their stories through visual artistry and I hope that this is something I can continue for a very long time to come. Read more>>
My artwork has constantly ebbed between heightened expressive designs and more subdued, classical realism. I am now coming to a place in my work where I am able to combine elements in ways I never anticipated – taking inspiration from the beauty of the human form. Read more>>
I knew I loved art, and I decided to go back to school to earn a masters in art history. This eventually led me to the Meadows Museum where I had the privilege of working for 5 years. One of my colleagues there asked me to photograph her wedding in Kentucky. Read more>>
My love of photography started at a young age. I would sit with my Grandma as we flipped through albums of portraits and she would tell me stories of the people in the pictures. It was at that early age I realized a photograph was so much more than a piece of paper. Read more>>
Seeing my bride and grooms having their own families is probably one of the best feelings. My clients mean the world to me. They keep food in our fridge and clothes on my kids. If I could tell them thank you every single day I would. I wouldn’t have a story to share if it wasn’t for them. Read more>>
I didn’t have an apprenticeship and was put straight to work. I battled drug addiction my whole life. Eventually I couldn’t keep a job. I finally had enough and checked myself into a rehab in Dallas,Texas. It was a good decision. I was working shitty jobs again. Read more>>
For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be writer, so once I graduated high school, I enrolled in the University of Texas Radio-Television-Film program, where I specialized in screenwriting and producing. Read more>>
So after putting all my trust in Jesus, I quit school and opened my business all within a week span. Within just 3 months I was able to quit my hospital job at the time and go full-time with my business. I’ve never looked back. Read more>>