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 North Loop that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I became a photographer in 2011, just after graduating with my Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology. I needed a creative outlet and photography essentially fell in my lap after a graduate school friend paid me $125 to take her maternity and newborn photos. Read more>>
I’ve failed at almost everything I’ve started, and I’ve started a lot of things. I’ve been trained in drawing, painting, I have ten years of classical acting training, and I went to film school. Read more>>
I discovered photography back in college when I bought a toy camera, ever since, I found the best way to express myself. I like to work with creative people that forget their head and listen to their heart. Read more>>
Always been into the arts, especially music but photography is my creative output. I have always taken pictures, but when I got to high school there was a spectacular photo program with outstanding professors that not only taught analog darkroom processes but digital as well. Read more>>
Angela M Lewis
My VicTory Creations was birthed out of a tragedy, as most great epics. The original designs are created from spoons that survived a tragic house fire resulting in the passing of my grandfather. Read more>>
Music has always been my life , at the age of 6 is when I realized I could sing when my older siblings made me try to mimic the “O Happy Day” track from “The Sister Act Pt. 2” Movie and immediately surprising them once I gave it a go. Read more>>
All throughout college, I interned for a wedding planner and learned the in’s and out’s of the entire industry. I was hooked! After graduation, I planned weddings for two years and found that my true passion was in helping brides design their perfect day. Read more>>
Samantha Elisa Velasquez
Art is a form of therapy for me as a child, and to this day it really still is. It allows me to get lost in my own little world and melt any type of stress, anxiety, or depression that I may be experiencing during that time. Read more>>
For as long as I can remember, I watched my dad make or fix anything and everything. Naturally, I wanted to play along, so I learned to be curious, experimental, and unafraid of trying something – whether I knew how to do it or not. Read more>>
I’ve been drawing since I can remember. Art was my escape, my sanctuary, from the world as a child. No matter where I was, creating something on a piece of paper gave me peace of mind. Read more>>