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 am a 21-year-old unsigned print model from P.G. County Maryland. I started modeling as a hobby in high school. I also ran track for my high school which conflicted with my modeling schedule. It wasn’t until college, where I realized that I didn’t want to run track anymore that I started to take modeling seriously. Read more>>
I gave my life to the good Lord and let him guide my life. It was then, the doors of my artistry and hard work began to open up. I currently work as a commercial agent where I assist business owners with their insurance portfolios, the Houston Cake Dealer for Johnny Cupcakes, and a hip-hop dance choreographer. Read more>>
My name is Na and I’m a twenty-six-year-old photographer from Houston, TX. I started photography in 2014 but I didn’t shoot professionally until November of 2017. My dream is to be a creative director for a fashion magazine! I know this road has many steps and uncertainties, but they’re ones I’m willing to take. Read more>>
My Photography journey began while living overseas and being a stay at home mom with not much to do! I practice and enjoy photography because of my Aunt. I really got deep into it after she passed away from breast cancer. Read more>>
I’ve been living and working in Houston for the past 18 months I have fallen in love with photography all over again in this new city of mine. It’s such a colorful place in so many ways. Read more>>
For years I was fascinated about photos. After having taken so many photos with a little compact camera I realised that I wanted to do more ! I signed up for art school and followed 4 years of Photography Classes in Belgium. Read more>>
Johnathon Michael Espinoza
It wasn’t until I graduated that I felt that this was important for me to pursue and can create a positive impact on this world. There wasn’t anyone in particular steering my path as an artitst. I made it a point to grasp projects that interest me and would every evolve myself through my art. Read more>>
The biggest thing I hope people take away from my songs is the freedom of being radically honest with yourself and others about your thoughts, feelings and life. There’s something so pure and raw about opening yourself to strangers and the people closest to you within a song. Read more>>
Primarily I just want people to know that it comes from a place of freedom and love and is created to help bring people together. I also want to highlight the beautiful and less defined aspects of being a queer person of color. Read more>>
I hope people look at my artwork and think, or be moved. Sometimes I try to intentionally disturb the senses in an effort to get others to think about how life/the world could be better. Sometime I just a pretty picture. Read more>>