Handing over the Viola case to Derek Reeves from the Fort Wayne Philamonic and various other musical side projects. This project was inspired by , Sigur Ros, Miles Davis, Snarky Puppy and all things Jazz.
If you would like me to work on an instrument or case for you please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I love drawing from nature and it is a part of me so I have made these three affordable mini prints avaliable again on my etsy site. Especially for those of you who like something a little different then my abstract work
Sale info: Starting at just $7 for a 4 X 6 professionally printed piece.
Been tinkering with this piece for a while now. Started it two years ago.
Avaliable now on Etsy.
Framed $320 / Unframed $260
I see in this shadow figure blocking the roadway, effectively himself at his worst halting all advacement. This piece steamed from a drawing on a scrap of paper I created durring a live music festival. It was a experimental music festival I an upstairs room of a design studio and I drew for a solid 8 hours in a little lined pad. I was interviewed by local Luton news but it was never aired.
Sale info: This piece is for sale framed or unframed. Avaliable on my Etsy. If you are in the Fort Wayne area you can go see it firsthand during September at the Dash-In.
The Coloring Book has Arrived!. Just look up Frank Louis Allen on Amazon around the world and it is there.
Here is the direct link to my Amazon author page for easy purchase www.amazon.com/author/franklouisallen
The Blurb reads
‘This is Frank Louis Allen’s first collection of Artwork to Color. Frank Louis Allen is an artist whose unique drawings have been successfully shown in Washington DC, New York, and galleries in the Midwest. Despite having a degenerative eye condition, and being on the Autistic Spectrum, he lets neither of these hold back his art and some of the time they are an asset to his art style. Originally from the UK, he now lives in the Midwestern US. He hopes you enjoy coloring with him.’
Getting people to draw is always such a rewarding experience, ofter you see people bridge some hidden barrier and Relax.
On Saturday the 26th of February I again had the incredible experience of drawing my live Abstract Art durring a concert from the brilliant autistic pianist Matt Savage at the Abilities Abound 2016 awards seremony.
I had the chance to draw with some great new guys on the spectrum of a range of ages and some other good friends before the concert began.
Then came Matt Savages concert See Part 2.
The coloring book Kickstart coming in February
Back When I was on the cover of the Ventura Count Reporter California 🙂
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Unless its a drawing, forget about focusing.
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