We searched far and wide to find extraordinary artists who have talent and passion for philanthropy. We are honored to present their work at our Diamond Anniversary event.
Juju has been trained in both classical and experimental painting. She strives for more than mere technical accuracy, creating emotional bonds of creative energies. She strives to create a sense of place in the universe through her work via, the light on the subject, or a fleeting expression in a portrait. Her work can be found in multiple galleries and homes throughout Texas and beyond. She also gives generously to those in need within her community through her art and inspiration. We are honored to feature her as our diamond artist.
She creates handmade kiln-fired glass art. Her fused glass designs stem from the love of color. There are so many shades and tones of color that can be combined in so many ways in glass work. She loves learning new techniques, experimenting and combining both her knowledge of how glass moves and flows with the reactions between chemical properties of individual glass types.
Her love for art has grown, She has come to several conclusions about her appreciation for art. She decided she didn’t have to limit her love for art to one style or period. She loves realism, abstract, pop art and every other style without her love for any one of them diminishing because of the breadth of her interest.
She draws inspiration from the fantastical unknowns in our world. Using color and lines juxtaposed with small cartoon figures, she tries to express the awe, wonder, and fear that comes from being part of a much larger universe. She specializes in watercolor and mixed media which makes a unique world.
She uses minimal color and stroke to express maximum emotion. She challenges herself to convey meaning with as little obfuscation as possible. Her work combines the freedom of wabi-sabi with the discipline of East Asian calligraphy. Using fluid acrylics and inks on canvas, wood, and paper, she creates minimalist abstract art
She is a potter and ceramist who makes handmade functional art from her studio in New Hope, TX. The beauty of nature is her primary influence for her wheel thrown or hand-built art pottery. Her love of nature is reflected in not only the materials she uses for her art, but the designs she paints upon them.
She is part of a dynamic duo of artists who produce creative works in the pop culture scene. She specializes in fun and cute creations that are endearing and witty. Her art is playful, reflecting a unique take on fusing illustration techniques from cartoons, anime, video games and design. She uses her art to inspire future generations and teach art as well.
He is part of the duo and team that makes up Shonuff Studios. His work varies from classic comics. pinups, caricatures, and darker themes. His works offer a variety of references from pop culture. He is well known in the comic industry for not only his art but dedicating his time to helping budding artists.
She is drawn to exploring impactful texture and color combinations using a variety of mediums and pigments inspired by nature as well as those you might not expect to find in nature but wish you had. She finds her favorite pieces are somewhere between contemporary minimalism and abstract, with thrilling vibrancy as well as an organic feel.
Moreno believes that the ability to express deep, often subconscious, emotions with a painting medium and tools can be both a blessing and a curse. This passion to express one’s feelings and perceptions is the artist’s deep force of motivation and inspiration, yet it still requires nurturing, patience, evolvement, and the need to transcend the ebbs and flows of daily life.