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MIAMI, FL, June 12, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Art is, without a question, a strong means of expression. It has the ability to transmit thoughts and feelings in ways that words cannot. There are few artists as varied as MorEnvyOne when it comes to modern art.
"My creative background is graffiti street art," MorEnvyOne explains, "but I really enjoy fine art as well." Salvador Dali, HR Geiger, and Bob Ross are just a few of the artists that have influenced him.
His success as an artist, however, was not accidental; he had worked incredibly hard to attain it. MorEnvyOne states, "I'm self-taught through trial and error." He adds that "in my sketchbooks, I would create stickers, sketches, and drawings late into the night. I would even paint graffiti in the early hours of the morning, wreaking havoc, and forcing my mother to yell at me."
MorEnvyOne found his creative style in sixth grade, but it wasn't until the end of seventh school grade that he started experimenting with graffiti. "I was constantly getting myself into trouble," he laughs. "I even had a few run-ins with the cops! I've always been drawn to the side of art that focuses on making things appear beautiful, but graffiti gives you a buzz like no other."
MorEnvyOne's work nowadays is a blend of graffiti and fine art, and he's managed to effectively integrate the two in a manner that is genuinely unique. "I would categorize my creative approach as 'modern contemporary fine art,'" he explains. "It's a mix of graffiti, street art, and fine art."
MorEnvyOne's work is really unique, and his artistic diversity is indisputable. Be sure to check out his work if you're ever in the San Francisco Bay Area, Las Vegas, or Dubai – you will thank yourself for it.
MorEnvyOne is from the San Francisco Bay Area and now lives in Las Vegas. His work can be found in a variety of places across the world, including 5-star hotels like the Four Seasons penthouses, 4-star Michelin restaurants in San Francisco, Miami, Monaco, and Dubai, and even some of Las Vegas' biggest nightclubs.
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