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LaJon Miller is a So-Cal based artist whose been drawing since he was 4 years old. He would sit in front of his television and draw scenes from old Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, and many other cartoons. Life eventually lead him to getting 3D Animation degree then receiving formal art training from an old watercolor and oil painting master in Glendale, CA. He later taught himself how to use the more modern mediums such as acrylic and spray paint. He is a fan of the old masters such as Van Gogh, Da Vinci, Monet, as well as pop culture masters such as Dali, graffiti artist Justin Bua, and comic book artists such as Alex Ross, Todd Mcfarlane, and Stan Lee. His main focus is presenting creative energies on painting and illustrating women. The women in his paintings are not based on any one specific female or feminine figure in his life but a plethora of women. In this present state we live in a world of massive gender equality and he’s making it his personal responsibility as a man to use his voice creatively to bring attention and awareness to the strength, passion, resilience, innovation and beauty that women can offer the world. He also promised himself to not pass up a creative opportunity and to not worry whether or not he can do it or accomplish it, but to give himself the opportunity to say yes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfV5vQW0r38&t=15s

 

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This was one of my original artwork designs from  my "Beauty of Bushido" series that was chosen as the cover art for an Amazon Best Seller book called "The 3 Stages of Divorce" written by Nancy  Mueller. https://www.masteringyourbeliefs.com/store/p78/The_3_Stages_of_Divorce_Workbook.html

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This was an article published in LifeGrid Magazine about my decision to become a full-time self emplioyed artist. 

 

 

 

 

 

 Article from The Compton BULLETIN from the Art pop up at MLK jr. station compton ca.

Article from The Compton BULLETIN from the Art pop up at MLK jr. station compton ca.

 Fearture in voyage l.a. magazine

Fearture in voyage l.a. magazine