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About Warren Harvey
About Warren Harvey
Warren ‘Stylez’ Harvey was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. Warren also referred to as “Stylez” an alias used to denote his uniqueness has enjoyed creating art from a very young age. Warren works predominantly as a painter, using acrylic paint to illustrate his journey within. He creates to inspire and uplift himself and others. Using bright vibrant colors, to display the creativity and beauty of The Creator. He has been on this journey for nine years; creating works known for their simplicity yet frankness. His talents extend beyond the canvas to include photography, dance, poetry, and inspirational speaking. He has had a multitude of successful art shows with the latest being an Expression of A Soul. His works have been showcased at various events in the Kansas City Metro area. He has worked with local business owners to create masterpieces for their offices. As of late, you can find his work at Kansas City Foot Specialists in Overland Park, Uzazi Village, Ruby Jeans, BLM mural on 63rd and Troost and The Westridge Art Gallery and Event Space. He plans to continue to allow his inner voice to guide every brush stroke- creating future masterpieces. Warren Harvey lives by the mantra“I Am That I Am.” He still resides proudly in Kansas City, Missouri.
About My Work
About My Work
My work is a reflection of my truth: a reflection of my personality. I create according to my inner guide. My emotions drive me into various expressions. My work reflects the lessons I have learned and how I have made various connections throughout my life. I learn about myself through my work; therefore, I create with the aim to understand myself. Just like in life, I commit to taking a journey with my art. The journey brings positive and negative emotions, but to complete the process, I must push through the negative towards a complete creation. I have to push through any judgments, discouragement, and uncomfortable moments. I paint with the intention to experience growth characteristically. When I have pushed passed the discomfort, I have learned more about me and my capabilities. This is a journey of manifestation. I learn to trust the unknown as opposed to assuming what is ahead or letting fear deter me from forging ahead. This is the journey of a masterpiece: the ultimate art of expression and freedom. Authenticity informs my work in that my art inspires me to continue toward my truth. Bright vibrant colors, organized through chaos, and creating a balance and flow is the journey through the unknown.
As I forge ahead, I create new and everlasting understanding within myself. I manifest beauty and growth in my life through my paint brush. Art has been both an escape and balm for living my life well with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, using bright colors and expressive brush strokes to fight through my anxiety. My art allows me to see the beauty amid my flaws. The process I use to create each unique piece is the process I take in life to be a complete person. I respect the process and love myself through it. I remind myself that the journey is not about the finished product, but about the curves and straights it took to get to the finished product. The process leads to more and more creativity. I obey the guidance. Let resistance inspire me to see the problem. Acceptance allows me to see the solution. In these steps, the journey continues in my life and with each piece.