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My name is Syd Innovaria, and I like to create. I have been playing guitar, drums and piano since elementary school. Painting since the same period. I have been in a band playing drums since 2007, False Face Society. I also do solo stuff where I play various instruments and sing. I have been doing photography since high school, and went to The Art Institute of Indianapolis to pursue Digital Photography. I have worked in a few mobile portrait studios and run my own freelance photography
I have done equal amounts of acrylic and oil paintings, which is what I primarily work with. My subject matter varies, and I paint mostly abstract and conceptual art.
Photography subjects can be anything from people to nature or even man-made structures, as long as I can give it a bit of creative flair. I’m a fan of “outside the box” rather than standard portrait work.
My music has a bluesy tribal affiliation to it. The vocals are low-pitched, the drums heavy and the guitar/piano kinda simplistic yet intricate at the same time. Again, subject matter that I might write about varies, and is also a bit abstract.
I sell prints of my art for $10 a piece. Photography sessions are $50 per hour unless nudity is involved, then they are $75 per hour.
I took several art classes throughout primary school, then continued on to The Art Institute for college classes.
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