A little glimpse of me…

I grew up in the small artist community of Laguna Beach located in Southern California, which to many is known for its art festivals and the surreal feeling that you are on the Mediterranean Coast. Art and culture are the foundation of Laguna’s small beach town community and its what helped inspired me to become an artist. I’ve been an artist for as long as I can remember and I’m very fortunate to have a mother who is an extremely talented artist herself, and is another huge reason I was inspired to become an artist. My family has always supported my desire to be an artist and to that I owe a ton of gratitude for where I am today.

I truly enjoy the world of creativity and have yet to find a medium I didn’t enjoy working with. I discovered recently that i had the unique ability to work with multiple mediums using pencil, acrylic, watercolor, and occasionally pastels in my drawings and paintings.  I also produce the occasional sculpture or other types of building projects as the world of 3D art is always something I enjoy. Of course photography has become a natural medium to work in especially when painting or drawing, but I know I have only scratched the surface of its potential in my portfolio.

I’m very passionate about my art and one of the greatest joys I get from my work is the response of my clients, family, and friends when they receive one of my pieces.

I’m available for commissioned pieces and my belief is “You dream it and I will make it a reality!”

Anthony

Live life and enjoy it!

 

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