Houston 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 Neartown that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
Brooke Brown (Lead Designer, L&B Limited Co.), Lucas Brown (President, L&B Limited Co.)
We worked hard and restored many homes in the Meyerland area and truly enjoyed it. After Hurricane Ike, we had the opportunity to build a new construction beach home and enjoyed working with the look of the beach/cottage homes and bungalows. Read more>>
Tammy A. Kannal
Still wanting to create imagery that supports fashion brands, I found myself acting as a creative director in London. It was then when I knew I needed to focus on advertising content and the images that support the iconic international brands we have all known and love. Read more>>
I started college at Washington State University in 2006, not ready to decide what I wanted to study. A friend from the sailing team suggested I take Intro to 3D art. It was the first class that I really loved. I discovered an art world that was much much more nebulous and expansive than I had thought. Read more>>
I taught myself to crochet in 2011 out of sheer boredom, the same year that I was going to attend San Diego Comic-Con for the first time. I started out making lumpy little generic dolls, and when I got bored with that I started turning them into lumpy little superheroes. Read more>>
My photography journey started in October 2016 after a hiking trip in Yosemite National Park. It was there where I realized my passion for travel and creating contents. In the past 2 years, I have fortunately enough to explore over 20 National Parks and capture the beauty of America has to offer. Read more>>
Proving that the American Dream still exist, I started Manready Mercantile in my apartment in 2012 with $100 and began by making soy candles in whiskey glasses. I sold them to neighbors and at flea markets. Read more>>
With little in the way of potential for career advancement, I honed my skills in audio engineering, production and songwriting for clients including J. Balvin, Carl Thomas and The Suffers at studios across Houston. Read more>>
I discovered I had talent @ 40 years of age inspired by my horses touched by the light in the landscape surrounding my home in the Steinbeck hills of Monterey California. 16 years later I have a successful art career. Read more>>
At University of St. Thomas I from intellectual art to be a struggle but we had the best professors at the time: Earl Staley,Jack Boynton, Dick Cabral .We were strong,crazy,daring,broadminded with a passionate. Eating and dreaming ART constantly.It was Euphoric! Read more>>
My path did not start in photography. I won’t start my story by saying I was born with a camera around my neck. On the contrary, I always dreamed of becoming a chef. So after graduating with a Marketing degree from The University of Texas at Austin. Read more>>