Snater George, professionally known as Gmadixx Art, hails from Missiouri City TX. A graduate of American Intercontinental University with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts, he considers himself a self-taught fine artist. From childhood his love for creating has always been present, which he attributes to his desire to mimic comic illustrations. He has been painting and creating at a Mastered level for the last 6 years in acrylic paint.
Gmadixx artistically challenges himself by taking more of a vibrant approach to the color theory of his pieces. The majority of his works have been monotone, with earth toned palettes, lots of shadow hues used as he layered the acrylic. Being self-taught, he considers many projects experimental until he discovers a niche that works for him. "I find joy in creating visuals that were only seen in my head until I created the visual for the public."
His pieces have been featured in several Exhibitions and Galleries in Houston, includiong locations such as the Shrine of the Black Madonna, Jo Mar Vision Studios, Hardy and Nance Studios, the Buffalo Soldiers Museum, and the Houston Museum of African American Culture. Presently, he continues to create original canvas works in and live paints at a few lounges locally in Houston. This is how his Cigar and Bourbon painting series and the Queens and Crowns Edition came to be.
"The ability to create has always been a gift from God that I aim to share with the world. I am passionate about the craft and am determined to make this dream a reality as I Inhale Creativity and Exhale Expression."