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Thought-Provokers: The Woodlands

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 The Woodlands that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Richard and Michelle Bledsoe

Both of us had a passion for photography from a young age. We happened to be lucky enough to meet in college at Sam Houston State University while studying photography. Read more>>

Lauren Giles

In the past few years what was once just a secret love for photography, has now grown into a thriving business and internationally published photographer. Moral of the story, never ever ever give up on your day dream. Read more>>

Jesse Lane

Even though I’m still bad at a lot of things, I don’t feel inferior to others. I took a weakness and made it my strength, my voice, and my passion. Because of art, I was able to find something inside of myself and change my life. Read more>>

Courtney Bianchi

My true passion is connecting people and empowering women to follow their arrow and work in community with one another not in competition. I believe in courage over comfort & that every woman is unique like a pearl and strong like a whiskey cocktail. Read more>>

Morgan-Linzee Sealy

I have found lots of things and places to take photos of over the years but my favorite is Wedding photography and that’s what I market for now. I shoot other types of photography such as architecture and portraits, but my business is centered around weddings. Read more>>

Cheryl Pilgrim

It has taken many years of conferences, classes, and honing the craft of storytelling through words and pictures to finally get my first author/illustrator book signed by a publisher. “Big and Little, a Story of Opposites” will be published by Holiday House and is due out Spring 2019. Read more>>

Susan C. Muller

I was always a voracious reader. I can remember when I was six or seven, receiving a book for Christmas. I sat under the tree reading while everyone else was unwrapping their gifts. Read more>>

Joey Myers

Most of my professional career has been working for others and their passions or companies. From small town newspapers, startup magazines, screen printing shops, to large scale print production, signage design, display assembly, and more. Read more>>

Becca Borrelli

My artist story is pretty accidental. I used to be a public school art teacher in my home state of Ohio. I moved to Austin for graduate school, and missed the hiring round for new teachers in 2013. Read more>>

Melanie Connolly

After receiving my BS in Neurobiology from UT Austin, I knew I wanted to go into healthcare. I decided to work at Dell Children’s in Austin to determine whether I really wanted to work in direct patient care. Read more>>

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