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Thought-Provokers: South 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 South Dallas that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Sara Kanwal

I credit a lot of my art journey to my early years of education in Pakistan. Looking back, elementary and middle school memories are filled with hands on art projects. Regardless of the subject matter, hand-made creative projects and the ability to present them to the rest of school and staff were at the core of our education. Read more>>

Michael Garfield

My real entrance into scientific passion was by meeting paleontologist Robert Bakker at the age of three and hanging out with him while he drew dinosaurs for a long line of fans. He made it clear to me that discovery and creation, imagination and rigorous pursuit of truth, were all bound up in one another – Read more>>

Kate Winternitz

Children and art are my passions. I love teaching and interacting with children more than anything else. I never considered myself an artist until recently. I rarely get through a day without creating. It might be time to admit I am one. Read more>>

Bill Tavis

The visions come from my emotions and intuition, which also serve as the meter for if my work “feels” right. I am continuing to grow as an artist, and even though I’ve been at this for well over a decade, I feel like in many ways I’m just getting started. Read more>>

Nadya Lambreva

Sometimes I feel like I’ve lived several lifetimes within one, so it is hard to summarize my story in just a few words. I can remember back to my very first few years of life when my dad taught me how to create art by simply doing sketches and asking me to color them in when he was finished. Read more>>

Bree Brauchle

I realized my favorite moments captured were the moments I didn’t plan. The laughter, the tears, the love, and the chaos of everyday life. Fast forward to senior year of college, when I booked my first senior portrait session. Read more>>

Kenton Rambsy

I want my students to expand their conceptions of Art and literature. It’s important to be all encompassing so that we might start breaking down certain prejudices we might have been instilled with at an early age about what constitutes high art. Read more>>

Brandi Cooling

As a prop stylist, I work to design and style images for home decor, restaurants and lifestyle brands. If you’ve ever gotten one of those catalogs in the mail of a beautiful room with books stacked on the coffee table, flowers in a vase and cozy throw tossed casually on the sofa, that’s me! Read more>>

King Iconic

I’ve always loved music but never thought I would be able to be an artist. It was once I wrote for others and had to show them how it’s supposed to go that I realized I am an artist. I’m an artist with a purpose. The purpose was to show others that I could handle being a manager and an artist. Read more>>

Kimberly Brooke

I love movement, texture, natural light and shadows, and tousled hair. I want your pictures to feel effortless, and I pride myself on being able to make the most nervous client forget she is in her “underthings” or “birthday suit” while we capture her gorgeous images. Read more>>

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