The arts have been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember. Creativity drives passion. This is a weekly look into the world of artists in music, art and dance and what they create. Feed your imagination!
“My Love” Sheryl Murakami/Chloe Arnold Synocopated Ladies Collab | syncladies.com
I have seen some of Sheryl’s dance videos, shot at Edge Performing Arts, on Youtube. Her style is very sleek. Love it. And a collaboration is always super great. Two minds come together to form a masterpiece. This video is quite the entertainment piece. It incorporates chair dancing, tapping and on point choreography. These grrls have got it down to a science. Very fun to watch. Loving the outfits as well. Black and white always makes for a simple yet sophisticated look. The rhythm and style of the dance as a whole bleeds through the screen. It made me grin from ear to ear to view it. I proceeded to check out the syncopated ladies’ website. Good stuff! Sheryl has been featured on PerezTV’s Spotlight and is a great choreographer. Chloe Arnold has proven herself to me through these videos and these grrls killing it. Together they make a dream team. Pure movement magic on the screen.
Ryan Cabrera | House on Fire
I have fond memories of Ryan Cabrera’s previous hits. He has been in the game and strong for a while now and deserves the success that has been presented to him. Go Ryan! His style and demeanor is very smooth. He also seems like a true gentleman on and off the stage. Those are markings of a great person and performer. He is dedicated to his craft. And, well, easy on the eyes I must say. I’m really digging the new tracks too. They make you want to get up and dance. Get off that chair and move! It makes your soul happy. Grab a drink or roll a blunt and enjoy his tunes. Or just listen for the pure enjoyment of his melodies. He does not disappoint. Gonna go add his album to my playlist now.
Check out his website: ryancabrera.com
Tristan Eaton | tristaneaton.net
I first came across this public artist on Instagram. I had taken a picture of one of his masterpieces as I was cruising around my town of West Hollywood and posted it, not knowing at the time who the artist was. Someone very kindly messaged me and told me who did it. I fell in love with his work. Very cool. So vibrant and full of life. That kind of art makes your eyes wide with joy. Most of his art involves faces and people. You can tell a lot about a person by looking at their eyes. It is the window to what lies underneath. His collage of sorts into brilliant pieces all tell a story. His style of broken shapes into an overall picture breeds well with my affinity toward geometric design. I am a mosaic artist myself so I LOVE this style. It definitely tops my list. Check him out!