EYESORE and give up Team Up For a Street Art Gallery Showcase
AA: What else inspires your art?
EE: I'm always looking and observing for inspiration. On a broader sense though, I find that I'm inspired by mythology, death metal, Halloween masks, monster movies, that sort of stuff. Everything that is dark, evil, mysterious, and misunderstood.
AA: How would you describe your style?
EE: Completely original and constantly evolving. I respectfully reject comparisons to other artists. Some of these faces I've been drawing since I was a kid. Everything you see is direct from my brain.
AA: You have many fans here in Houston and beyond. Do you interact with them online or in person?
EE: Although I do provide a view of my art on social media, I'm not in a position to be in constant interaction with my fans. The work should speak for itself. I create and hope to inspire others to do the same. In that same respect, I don't have to tell you what to think about my art. I allow observers to formulate their own opinion about the art, and hopefully they enjoy it. I make art and draw my creations and hope it inspires others to become artistic as well.
AA: Thanks for your time.
The opening reception for the EYESORE and give up show will be held at Cardoza Gallery, 1320 Nance, Saturday, September 28 at 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The show will run until the end of October, by appointment only. Limited edition prints and zines will also be available for purchase at the event.