Today we’d like to introduce you to Cisco Tucker.
Cisco, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I have been creating art since I was a child. BFA from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University).
Humanity and the human condition, humor, and exaggeration exist in the content of my work. I love change and challenge, which is why there is such a variety of different styles in my portfolio. I love to observe the simple and also the complexities of life and form.
I am a Gemini and will see both sides, even inside myself. I am also, and redundancy is something I am drawn to.
I love old people, working with children, saltwater fishing and listening to the Holy Spirit. I seek peace and joy in my life and greatly enjoy the company of my pets.
Has it been a smooth road?
Never a smooth road. Only sometimes easier than others. There is always money struggles and even outside events that have caused paralysis (if you will) in me that have actually prevented me from achieving success. But the struggle is the fun.
Advice–use your life in your work in collaboration to hopefully serve as a sort of therapy. Be who you are supposed to be and it will come with truth, clarity, and certainty. Most of all, think before you speak and strive towards goodness.
So, as you know, we’re impressed with your art – tell our readers more, for example, what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
I create many different mediums and various styles of drawing and painting. I also teach ceramic classes and create functional pottery. I lovee everything that I do. My art is usually very personal, and special orders are so much fun. What sets me apart is because I am me. I actually live my art. It surrounds me at all times. I drive my art. I work creating my art. I live in a cute little wow house of art Sometimes I even wear my art. Every day I eat and drink using my art which makes me smile right now.
Do you think there are structural or other barriers impeding the emergence of more female leaders?
Frida Kahlo -she did what she had to do to be herself
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Cisco the Artist