A native of Fayetteville, Lawrence “Law” Bullock II is a motivational speaker, spoken word artist, the founder of M.U.G. Photography, a published author, member of Bronco Toastmasters, and a member of Let’s Make It Happen Together, a nonprofit providing positive alternatives for at-risk / high risk youth and families in our communities. His poetry projects have been in a print anthology, online magazine, and his own book. Law acknowledges that art can connect people from different walks of life. No matter your belief system, art knows how to build bridges.
Favorite Local Third Place: The Sweet Palette and Coffee Scene tie
3 Things you can’t live without: God, family and poetry
Local artist (any genre) you admire: Neil Ray
A practice you’ve started during quarantine that you plan to continue: I picked back up drawing and sketching since it all began
What is one of your current artistic experiments? Structuring poems into a storyline that continues over several pieces
Who is someone who encouraged or championed your artwork? My Aunt
What advice would you give to new/younger/less experienced artists in your genre? Stay true to yourself. Never sacrifice who you are just to fit in with the crowd. There will only be one you that brings what you bring to the art form.
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