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April 2018 Artist- Admit Oner

by Sean L. May 07, 2018 1 min read

April 2018 Artist- Admit Oner

This month we sit down with our April Artist of the month, Admit Oner. 

How do you explain your artistic style? What mediums/ tools do you work with? 

NW Street Art inspired.  Acrylic, enamel, and oil pen pieces.  Free hand and stencil styles.

From what/ from where do you draw artistic inspiration?

Friends, freeway overpasses, Norman Rockwell, bathroom walls.

April 2018 Aritst of the Month Admit Oner

How do you define “artist?” Have you always considered yourself an artist? Was there a specific time or moment when you began to define yourself as such?

I started drawing in church under the pews to keep myself entertained in between sermons.

How often do you work artistically? How do make space and time for creating works?

I draw regularly at local dive bars and watering holes.  I'm that guy!  But I also have studio space in my attic.

April 2018 Artist of the Month

Briefly describe your life—outside of artistic creation-- hobbies, work, family, etc.

PNW born and raised.  I skateboard which has influenced a lot of my views and interests.  I live with my 11 year old Akita, "Toshi" and I believe that live music is just about the best thing ever.

Please tell us about your connections to the Seven Market.

Opportunity knocked.  Plus this place is cute AF.

Contact:

@OneTimeAdmission

AdmitArtWorks@gmail.com

Artist of the Month Admit Oner April 2018


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