Merging to Worlds of Cannabis and Creativity

 Left Fingers

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Leftfingers is a multimedia artist specializing in graphic design. He employs the use of textures and plays on dimensions to create unique graphics with an edge that reflect the present day culture. His use of bright and vibrant colors pop of the screen and in print, directing the viewers eyes to the different elements in each piece. He aims to use all types of medias when creating resulting in limitless creativity.

Leftfingers is head designer at a local DMV Clothing line called "Drift Apparel." where he uses his drawing talents to make stunning vibrant pieces of work that you can take anywhere.

Smoke Break

Smoke Break

Lemons

Lemons

Space

Space

Liv

Liv is a self taught artist from Washington DC. She is a multimedia artist that enjoys experimenting with materials and techniques. She aims to explore romance, connection and color relationships in her artwork. Liv describes her style as “bright but dark”. This is noted in her use of saturated colors and black. Below you’ll find a collection of pieces inspired by scenes and dreams.

SRoShelle

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DC Creative and Colorado Native SRoshelle is a bohemian maker who constantly experiments with new mediums, techniques, and themes. Drawing and painting since she was young—at the encouragement of her favorite grandfather—Stephanie has chosen to forego a formal art education and refuses to limit herself to one signature style. As a freelance graphic designer, she is focused on collaborating with small businesses on Capitol Hill and creating edgy, female-forward designs (primarily on graphic tees) for her clients. In her own art life, pastels and floral arrangements are her jam, though present obsessions include block printing, collage, and exploring the female form in a mixed-media setting. Current influences are Danielle Krysa, Felix Scheinberger, Kathryn Zaremba, Lisa Congdon, and Rose Jaffe.

“When I was little, my grandpa would give me a can of water and a brush and send me to the sidewalk to paint—I’d be gleefully occupied for hours,” SRoshelle said. “Since the sun was constantly drying up my masterpieces, I learned to work fast. My focus was never on the product—it was on the process. To this day, I create quickly, never demanding that my art provide me with anything but the joy I experience while making it. This approach allows me to experiment with a variety of mediums and subjects, creating art that starts conversations and empowers.”

Figure Experiment 1

Figure Experiment 1

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Figure Experiment 2

Figure Experiment 3

Figure Experiment 3

Figure Experiment 4

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Figure Experiment 5

Figure Experiment 5

TRAP BOB

Tenbeete Solomon AKA Trap Bob is a visual artist, illustrator, and animator based in the metro area of DC. She is known for her use of bold colors and gestures to convey both the humor and struggles of everyday life. Her work is socially conscious and frequently inspired by activism and community issues, with an aim to bridge the gap between her audience and her message.

As the founder of Trap Bob World, LLC, a freelance design and product company, Tenbeete has worked with leading corporations, brands, and organizations including: Giphy, Pabst Blue Ribbon, the Women's March, Broccoli City Music Festival, and Trillectro Music Festival.

Since beginning her role as Creative Director with women-centric creative collective, GIRLAAA, Tenbeete leads execution of all art design and exhibitions for events, promotional materials and other collaborations.

Pass It Friend

Pass It Friend

Fire

Fire

Natural

Natural

Bang

Bang

Repeopled

Scout is a third generation artist from Baltimore who’s approach to making can be best summed up as, ‘Don’t be scared of art, make friends with it.’ After moving to DC for college, Scout has since completed three permanent murals, and opened their studio practice: Repeopled. If Scout could do anything, they would give everyone in the world a portrait, because everyone’s face is fascinating.
 

Pammy Chen

Pammy Chen is a self-taught photographer and visual artist. She experiments with the crossing of classic stylistic and compositional elements - pattern, light, shadow, and contrast using a variety of tools and mediums. Her work encompasses a range of subjects, including neon, motion at night, dreams and nostalgia. This curated collection for Art Supply features a range of work dating between 2013-2018. 

KAYEMJAY6

Keyonna 'KAYEMJAY6' Jones is an inspiring and creative soul from Washington, DC. Her many talents have transformed into entrepreneurial ventures. Her love for thrifting gave rise to freelance fashion, styling and image consulting through KMJ6Style. She has since been published in Issue 30 of Giuseppe Magazine and Ellements Magazine. KMJ6Kloset features one-of-a-kind items handpicked by Keyonna for low prices. Her passion for gardening and botany led to KMJ6Bloom, providing handmade products infused with garden herbs and flowers. Follow Keyonna’s photographic journey at KMJ6Photos. View more of her art at KMJ6Art.

In August 2015, Keyonna founded Congress Heights Arts and Culture Center (CHACC) home of #soufsidecreative, located at 3200 MLK Ave. SE, with a mission to bring something new and necessary to the East of the River community in the District of Columbia. CHACC is a hub for all innovation and creativity. Through exhibitions, workshops and community events, creatives of all ages are encouraged and inspired. CHACC continually strives to be a catalyst for change in Congress Heights and in the lives of its residents, while simultaneously extinguishing negative perceptions and stereotypes. Get involved.

4 Step Process

4 Step Process

2 Truths + 1 Lie

2 Truths + 1 Lie

Seriously

Seriously