Alexis L.R. Visual Artist Website

Alexis L.R. Visual Artist Website

The Artistic Visual Side of Alexis L.R., Alexis, an agent of TINSLEY’s LEXART LLC. is a true Phenom at what she does. She works in a variety of mediums and different canvases. Alexis loves to give much attention to mediums that aren’t as popular digital art, acrylic and any medium along those lines. Instead she focuses on mediums such as charcoal, conte’, kneaded eraser, colored pencil, magazine, ebony pencil, pen & ink, graphite pencil, oil pastel and chalk. 

Her style is very unique in Abstract & Abstract Realism. She has spent years developing her style while doing custom works & selling original works B2B. Often times, people have described her work as, “Neatly Cluttered”! Alexis can create a work of art towards any market, which makes her very diverse. The purpose for you, the viewer and art admirer, is to give you insight and to develop a relationship with you. Anytime Alexis creates a masterpiece, their is some type of message and/or story that is told within it. She leaves those questions up to the viewer, because without the viewer’s participation, the masterpiece is incomplete!

WATCH Alexis L.R.’s Videos on Youtube at 
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?feature=edit_ok&list=PL0D7F422DEF53A4E0
JOIN Alexis L.R. on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/AlexisLRVisualArtist
FOLLOW on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/LeXXahDrew
Instagram: @LeXXahDrew

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The Canvas

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This is how every canvas starts out. Blank! No title, no color, no subject, no image. It is open to the universe, the endless venture of imagination. It is freedom and the unknown of creativity. It clings to every angle, facet, area & dimension of “Nothing, but everything.” and before the first stroke, it is declared beautiful. A blank canvas is the mirror image of “Faith”. The gift of sight has to go beyond what you see with your eyes. The mind envisions and the heart feels the canvas with conviction. It is the touch of the canvas that reminds you of what it means to fall in love all over again with art. The energy is exuberating and those who can not see it invisible have to be shown by the canvas’s master. He/She is the guide and orchestrator of the masterpiece. Only then can it be alive and the viewers alive with it.

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LeXXah Drew, The 7th Drew Supreme Comic Book Character – the Before & After, Sketch & Graphic Scenes

LeXXah Drew, The 7th Drew Supreme Comic Book Character – the Before & After, Sketch & Graphic Scenes

Video Song Selection: “Motorcycle Lov’n” Performed by LeXXah Drew, written by, the Alexis Wilson Song Factory LLC., Music by, Ardell A.

http://www.reverbnation.com/LeXXahDrew

Visit the following links to check out more of the artwork and the character based off of LeXXah Drew, the Songwriter.
http://www.facebook.com/AlexisLRVisualArtist
http://www.facebook.com/LeXXahDrew

FOLLOW on Instagram & Twitter @LeXXahDrew

I Hate the Title, “Artist”

Its one of those things where, I hate it so much I love it. Literally.

There’s a couple of ways on how you can look at it because the title “artist” has so many definitions. Its not just one thing, but many things.

I actually meant it in the sense of music, but you can look at it in different ways.

The frustrating thing to me about this title is that many people devalue it if its not on a respectable level. That’s the crazy thing about being an artist. Having that title doesn’t seem to hold much weight. Sometimes I feel like its looked at as a joke.

Henceforth, the saying, “the starving artist”. It can at times be on the same playing field as a homeless person.

That’s pretty low, but I think its safe to say that no one wants the slightest idea of, let alone the actual title of being, “homeless”.

These points can both be said about the visual artist and the musician/band artist. Without the buzz, the attention, the money backing you, the popularity etc., being an “Artist” can be the worst thing on the planet.

These are the elements, in which are needed for one with the title, “artist”, should have. Its a must. You are displaying an art, your creativity, your concept of beauty.

Artists thrive from the love of the people, the masses.

I love art and I have much respect for artists. Its not an easy thing to have that title. Talk about going through so much hate just to get to the love. Especially nowadays. Supporting that title is not as feasible as it has been in past years.

People are hesitant when it comes to supporting this profession. People can buy a $5 mocha from Starbucks, but can’t or refuse to spend a $1 on itunes to support an artist.

Artists these days have to pay to perform when they are providing a service which is entertainment. Artists should be getting paid for this service.

People don’t realize how much work goes into putting a stellar song together, from production to writing the lyrics to studio time. Then more work is put in to rehearse the performance. Then wardrobe and image is a huge factor. An artist must play their role, their character.

Then there’s the matter of transportation, promoting, getting your name out there. Major marketing is involved. All of these features are not cheap. There are other things as well, but I think these are the main characteristics.

It makes you hate it just thinking about it. This title is different from other titles or at least what comes with it. With this title, you don’t have to have a degree. With other titles that are treated more prestigious, a degree is required in most cases and a combination of experience. Talent alone is disguised by knowledge, unlike “Artist”, talent is open with creativity and we all know that art is objective.

A hard truth. You have to break out of it. There is much love in the title, but the same love that comes with it, is the same love that makes you hate it.

-LeXXah Drew It-

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http://www.reverbnation.com/LeXXahDrew

http://www.youtube.com/user/AweAlexisWilson