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Our Houston, TX - Memorial Painting with a Twist Artists

Leo F.

Leo F.

Leo Fortuno graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Philippine Women┬╣s University in 1982 with honors. An award-winning artist, he also attended Layout and Production Art at the Art Institute in Houston in 1993 where he excelled in graphic design. During the Gulf War, Leo worked in Kuwait as the Art Director of Fanateq Gallery. Because of the danger involved, he was left with no choice but to return home to the Philippines. In 1991, Leo moved with his family to Houston, Texas where he started his own graphics business - Artworx Unlimited. Leo has been with the PWAT family since the 5th national studio opened in Sugar Land in 2012. He is currently an artist at the Westheimer and Spring Valley studios.

Louis M.

Louis M.

Aka: That Goofy Guy in the Hat Vintage: 1980 Origin: Jersey Village, TX Pairs well with: paint, brushes, graphite, bubbles! Located: PWAT Westheimer, PWAT Spring Valley This Mexican/German blend is produced in the lush dairy farmlands of Jersey Village, TX and perfected partially in the Art Institute of Houston and the University of Houston. Often known as "That Goofy Guy in the Hat", this blend has a sweet yet spicy bouquet with a bright and pleasing finish reminiscent to certain fantasy-inspired renaissance festivals. Best enjoyed alone or with friends in 1 of 2 locations: Westheimer and Spring Valley. Disclaimer: may cause inspired creativity, loud, festive behavior, and an inexplicable love for blowing bubbles! For more information about this label and all its variants, please visit the website at: That1guywhopaints.wordpress.com

Jonathen J (Cypress Artist)

Jonathen J (Cypress Artist)

Katie C (Katy Artist)

Katie C (Katy Artist)

I'm a painter and sculptor born and raised in Houston. I'm finishing up a bachelor of fine arts degree in painting with a minor in art history at University of Houston. Am a crazy dog lady who also loves playing the clarinet in the Lone Star Symphonic Band in Katy on the weekends.

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