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When I was a sophomore in high school, I discovered I had a knack for drawing interweaving patterns and shapes with simple roller ball pens and mechanical pencils. My complex illustrations and imagination continued to evolve throughout high school as they were fueled by my intense interest in the early nineties alternative music scene. Within a couple of years of school, I found my creative side suffocated within the confines of a dead-end factory job earning just enough cash to keep me coming back day to day for nearly ten years.
In 2008, with the downturn of the U.S. economy, I decided to take the opportunity to flee the diminishing factory, and make an attempt to find success as an artist. I began teaching myself oil, and for the first time, began working on canvas. Within just the past two years, I’ve made enormous leaps and bounds in the evolution of both my technique and subject matter. Hopefully, I will continue to improve in my style and capture the attention of an art world that is harder than ever to thrive in.
Limited prints of select pieces range from $85.00 – $150.00. See Hudginsart.com for available work and details.
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