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.
Truth be told, I identify more as a “writer” than as a working artist. I majored in English, got a job as a writer, and I started a culture blog to showcase my writing. I designed and built the website myself and eventually taught myself how to use a DSLR to take professional-looking pictures of events and products. Read more>>
Dressing in vintage is not only a way to have fun, and express your individual style, but also a way to help the environment by recycling used clothing. Our inventory consists of about 20 different vintage collectors who bring new pieces in weekly. You never know what treasure you will find at The Fashion Time Machine. Read more>>
I consider myself a nail artist not a manicurist the reason why is because I like to bring my creativity to the nails and my message to people is express yourself in any way possible there’s people that express themselves through makeup, through their clothes, my way of expression is through nails. Read more>>
I was more of a tomboy when I was younger. Always hang out with the guys, playing basketball in dresses or skirts, and doing dirt challenges. Overall I was pretty much a rough girl. I changed tremendously when I moved to Houston. Read more>>
Houston to a single parent household. I just got into music cause my momma didn’t want me to, and my big brother was doing it & after my grandpa died I kinda needed some way to say the things I wanted to say without being frowned upon. Read more>>
My artwork is making hip hop music, but it’s just not any music I rap about experiences I had and still do encounter in the streets and the world daily. The reason I do it is to help touch people that are going or has been thru some of the situations I have been in or even for the people that might feel certain feelings that I feel at times. Read more>>
I consider myself the canvas and the artist. Photography, styling, music and creating art are also in the plan of my life goals. I have to learn to focus on one task at a time often times I try to do everything all at once and put pressure on myself whenever I lack in another task. As of now, I’m pursuing modeling, and I’m excited to see where that journey will take me. Read more>>
It took multiple surgeries to correct, one of which left me unable to walk for over a year and required me to break my leg three times a day through the use of a metal rod in my femur and a giant magnet for seven of those thirteen months. Read more>>
I am a violinist, so I work with the Art of Sound by excellence. It is a wonderful medium for communication, as it is universal. There is no need for words, no need for translations. I can play music with a lot of people that comes from different cultures, different countries, different backgrounds and we can understand each other. Read more>>
They cast me for a lot of different extra roles because most of the actors and people in Chicago didn’t want anything to do with the film because of its name, but you know how the saying goes “one mans trash is another man’s treasure. Read more>>
Jan M. Stephenson
My approach to design is often that of a storyteller with compositions containing an arrangement of elements which flow in a directional movement for the viewer to follow – similar to reading a story. It is important to me that others will find a personal connection to the design. Read more>>