|Shot at the Delta H Convention in Houston.|
An eclectic enigma may be the most direct way of explaining an 1st generation American artist who was born and raised in Anchorage Alaska, whose parents traversed their way north (very northward) from the humble beginnings of Central America Honduras. |
Picking up a pencil to draw with since the age of 7, then moving with family to New Orleans Louisianan at the age of 11; Narciso struggled for much of his life fitting in with the norm of society; and as an adult being torn between the bounds a hobbyist artist, working a job field which was unsuited for him in the medical industry, and an a parents who frowned harshly upon his artistic pursuits.
Life took a sharp turn soon after being married at 22, loosing everything the wake of Hurricane Katrina; becoming homeless and without aid from FEMA, Narciso took refuge in Texas to start over from scratch. Unable to bear the trauma after some years, Narciso Traveled to Asia with his wife to escape the anguish that he had battled with stateside.
In wake of the 2011 tsunami disaster affecting Japan, Narciso's ties with his own tragic past and relative proximity to Japan (living in Taiwan at the time) led him on his first artistic journey where by creating art, he was able to affect the lives of others by selling t shirts he had designed to raise money for charity to donate to the victims of Japans disaster. After this experience, Narciso realized more than ever before the power of art and began devoting more time into his artistic pursuits. Not long after a failed marriage and expiring visa, Narciso was faced with the difficult decision to continue drifting abroad, or move back in with family and continuing the artistic adventure.
After years of developing his craft and becoming proficient in several different mediums from screen printing, painting, fashion design, photography, and film (and now runs a his own studio which devoted to said mediums). in early 2015 Narciso started an artistic project named "The Traveling Live Art Canvas (TTLAC)" which has been changing peoples lives, spreading creativity and free thinking everywhere he travels with it.
To find out more about this exciting project and its tour dates, visit and like the fanpage: www.facebook.com/followTTLAC