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I hail from portland, oregon, but I live in New Orleans Louisiana. I call my art Post K, Dia De Muerte. I am part of the fabric of my community, and am a krewe member in many of the parades throughout the year. I work in acrylics, oils, and paper mache, and show in the french quarter in pirates alley. I also am part of the New Orleans Healing Center artists co-op, frequent artist at surrey's, skull club, avenue pub, hi ho lounge, schiro's, lucky's, and rocket science.
I went through a little storm called katrina, and when she had blown over, and passed, I woke to find my latino population returned to her city. afterall, the streets are named after spanish names... so the dia de muerte was born into the secondline. I love to show off my bone gangs, my skeleton krewes, my skeletons in the closets, my mardigras Indians, my architecture, my food porn, signs, paper mache skellies, and more. All of which makes up new orleans as one colorful city.
I started art school at the age of six, portland art museum. seattle art institute, university of oregon, seattle central, and beyond. I feel that every day is a learning experience, and since katrina? I've only blossomed. I am constantly donating art to raise money for childrens parades, make a wish, st judes, les bon enfants, and beyond. all one has to do is ask. Art should be a prominent in everyones lives, if they create it? or accept it. I am also a member of nola rising artists front.