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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.

Jadyn Winn

I have been taking pictures since I was about fifteen years old (I’m 24 now). From cracks in the ground, interesting buildings, and photos of friends, I loved to photograph anything and everything from a young age. Read more>>

Danitza Ladwig

My style is always changing and evolving, both personally (I never keep the same hairstyle for long) and professionally…yet one aspect will always remain constant: I embrace imperfection. Read more>>

Jaymesha Pradia

So, when I first started seeing visuals from other people I thought to myself like man I could come up with dope scenes. I know how to compliment someone’s body for the better. And social media made it more exciting regular individuals getting famous off things they do on social media. So, one day I was at my desk job bored out of my mind unhappy and I wrote my entire website down on a notepad. Read more>>

Olga Hashim

I’ve been a creative person for as long as I can remember. I attended multiple art classes as a child and finally ended up in an art school and further down the road in a university with a major in painting. I enjoyed classic mediums but something always felt off about it to me. I didn’t feel that it was what I was supposed to do all my life. Read more>>

Paul Michael

My goal is to create a space where viewers are encouraged to explore and make discoveries. When visitors stop by my studio space and investigate the artwork I get the chance to visit one-on-one with people and see what parts of the landscapes they want to explore. Read more>>

Lorie Boughton

I absolutely LOVE what I do! I am extremely passionate about it and I think everyone who gets a split second to hear me talk about it will see that passion instantly. I focus on two different genres of photography and, like a mother who can’t pick a favorite child, I love them both equally! Read more>>

Hanna Herring

The thing about art of any form is that it is, and always will be, open to the interpretation of the viewer. You can take whatever you want from it, whatever you need from it. I occasionally turn to photography to help express something that I can’t quite articulate, but, honestly, most of my work is borne from happiness, boredom, a desire to create or a desire to please my clients. I want to capture the best days of their lives! Read more>>

Leo Collins

I had surgery and had 3 months of therapy and once I headed back to my training camp my head wasn’t the same. That’s when I had to make a decision to move forward and pursuit filmmaking and photography. I all ways loving capturing my life so I can always keep my boxing memories and my childhood dream alive. Read more>>

Kelly Songer

A few years ago, I heard about a woman in my area who was doing calligraphy. I was intrigued and got my first pointed pen in January of 2016. Since then, rarely has a day gone by that I can’t be found with my pen in hand. I have learned that I am quite passionate about creating beautiful things with pen and ink. Read more>>

Jennifer Freeman

My message for new creators is become limitless. If you have a creative desire to express, do it, live it, share it, you won’t regret knowing that you were able to try something new and experience it. Read more>>

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