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"It is a privilege to be an artist and I feel very fortunate to get to do it for a living, it means everything to me," says Luis Angulo, professional artist.
FORT WORTH, TX, December 27, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- If you are in Fort Worth and you haven't checked out Box Office Warehouse Suites, you need to! Box Office Warehouse Suites will be hosting the Graffiti and Street Art Festival, a festival that has captured attention from artists of all ages and locations worldwide! Box Office Warehouse Suites announced the Art on a Can Contest during Summer 2017; artists were invited to submit a proposed sketch for a mural to be displayed on one of the shipping container buildings. Out of all entries, five finalists were chosen to compete for the grand prize the day of the art festival. Luis Angulo, also known by his artist name ULOANG, will be one of the five artists that will be painting a mural at Box Office Warehouse Suites.
According to Luis Angulo, he has been drawing since a very early age, being inspired by his grandmother who is also an artist. Professionally, he has been creating art for about ten years, saying that "Even when I am having a bad painting day, it is still a great day because I am painting that day, it is a privilege to be an artist and I feel very fortunate to get to do it for a living, it means everything to me." It's his passion that has got him to compete in different art competitions, expanding his portfolio and artist credibility.
The piece he proposed for the Art on a Can Contest was inspired by youth, strength, color and wanting to create a fun piece. Angulo hopes to keep competing and branching out of the Austin area to do art in other cities, Art on a Can has provided him the opportunity to do so.
Currently, ULOANG is working on a residency with SprATX, where he has a studio for a month and is receiving mentorship to strengthen his artistic skills. He will be creating specific work at Austin's graffiti park, Hope Outdoor Gallery.
Luis wants to invite everyone to come out to the Graffiti and Street Art Festival because the festival is more than just about art, it is about a community coming together and opening its mind to innovation and celebrating creativity. The venue is a new concept business park, made entirely from shipping containers. Box Office Warehouse Suites welcomes those business minds that like to think of solutions rather than just settling for ordinary.
The last piece of advice Angulo wants artists to understand is this, "If you want to make a living out of art, you have to understand that you have to work your butt off daily, there are no days off and you have to constantly want to learn to improve your craft. It's no picnic, but really any career you choose is like that if you truly want to succeed."
Box Office Warehouse Suites is located in the heart of the Alliance Town Center business area, just north of Fort Worth, south of the Alliance Airport, off the Golden Triangle exit. The development will have 38-multi-use office-business suites and retail spaces, made from over 100 shipping containers, with rents starting as low as $875 per month. It is a truly unique business opportunity that is hard to pass up on.
To learn more about Luis Angulo and his art, visit his website at www.uloang.com. For business opportunities with RDS Real Estate, contact Jim Eaton at (817) 903-9438 or email Jim at [email protected].
About Box Office Warehouse Suites
Box Office Warehouse Suites of Fort Worth is an innovative commercial real estate development in the fast-growing Alliance / Golden Triangle area north of Fort Worth. It offers tenants exceptional value and the ability to add square feet to their space in small increments. To inquire about leasing, contact Jim Eaton at (817) 439-3224 or [email protected].
About RDS Real Estate
RDS Real Estate is a leader in leasing warehouse space and has excellent Tarrant County office space for lease in Fort Worth, Haslet (Blue Mound/ Alliance Area), Arlington, Kennedale and Haltom City. RDS Real Estate owns and manages more than one million square feet of commercial space in Tarrant County, Texas.
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