We had the good fortune of connecting with Timothy Hudson and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Timothy, why did you pursue a creative career?
The reason for pursuing a creative career is to create a new lifestyle for myself. I have ideas that I am pursuing, I’ve found purpose within myself while working on my craft and I am enjoying the creative process. I also want to make connections within the art world with like minded individuals. The events I have participated in have been a breath of fresh air; to be around an audience who appreciates individuals for being themselves through their creations gives me confidence to create more pieces. Even though I am at the beginning stages of my creative career, I believe the creative journey will provide unique experience within my life.

Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
I am currently in the beginning stages of my art career so I’m looking for opportunities that will help me gain exposure. The goal is to use my talent to support my desired lifestyle. Understanding the business aspect of the creative world is important to me. Looking into opportunities that support creatives provides a different perspective for my journey; the opportunities available create a goal and deadline which help me organize idle time. I’d classify my art work as Abstract or Surrealism. The intent behind my paintings are to invite the viewers imagination to interact with the color I chose to be on the canvas.

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Monday: The first place I’d take a friend to is 8th Wonder Brewery & Distillery. The energy there is nice and I’d encourage them to get a souvenir cup because their cups are cool. From there we’d go to Houston Museum of Natural Science and chill a few hours there. For dinner we’d go to the Conservatory to drink a few beers and eat some delicious food.

Tuesday: For breakfast we’d go to Shipley Do-Nuts because they make the best do-nuts in the world. After breakfast we could go to Seismique to have a stimulating trip with visuals for the afternoon. For the evening festivities we could go to Axelrad to vibe out the rest of the night.

Wednesday: Go to the Breakfast Klub for fried chicken and waffles to start the day off. After breakfast we’d go to American Shooting Center for target practice. Wednesday nights are sometimes the best night to go to a popular bar to have a few drinks and eat junk food (burgers, wings and fried food).

Thursday: Rent an AirBnB near Galveston or Surfside, grab some beers, bate and fishing rods to relax and fish all day. At night go bar hopping in Galveston.

Friday: Head to Surfside Beach for fun in the sun; we’d bring the BBQ pit, a couple of games for outdoors and positive vibes and play at the beach all day. Head back to Houston Friday night.

Saturday: Go for a casual Saturday morning bike ride. If my friend was in the mood for a day party I’d recommend Grooves of Houston or Bar 2200 to set the vibe for the rest of the evening. Saturday night if All Access Art Show had an event I’d make sure to bring them to that function so we could appreciate some local art.

Sunday: Sunday fun day at Electric FeelGood and order some food off of the “Saved By The Brunch” menu. After spending a couple hours socializing we’d go to the Houston Zoo to look at some exotic animals and appreciate what nature has to offer.

Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
Shout out to my family for believing in my talent and positive reinforcement. Thank you Maria for collaborating with me on our first Art Show back in February 2021; follow her Instagram page @studio_mer. Shout out to Jessi Ramshur owner of Jessi Rayne Photography; follow her page on Instagram @jessiraynephoto. Shout out to Nolan Pena Productions follow him @nolanpenaproductions. Shout out to my friends who are pursuing their dreams; it’s inspirational to see like minded individuals take a leap of faith into their passions. Last but not least shout out to Shoutout HTX for providing this opportunity of exposure.

Instagram: thenonchalantartist

Image Credits
Art Stand Display photo: Jessi Rayne Photography Instagram: @jessiraynephoto Facebook: Jessi Rayne Photography Email: ramshurjessi@icloud.com

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