Parker Beaudoin was born in 1985, in West Palm Beach, Florida. The very first time he held a crayon, his life was changed and has been surrounded by art ever since. From living on the streets, dealing with the everyday struggle to becoming a business owner known worldwide. Art has always been there for him. It is way for him to escape, a way for him to express himself, and a way for him to give hope to others. From intriguing abstract works, to a vibrant pop art style that everyone can relate to, Parker's work is meant to be inspiring and enlightening to anyone who views it.
By having collectors and followers from all around the world, and with this amount of exposure, he was able to start “The Red People” Movement which has now grown worldwide, currently reaching locations in Europe, Africa, Australia, and all over the Unites States. This is a pay it forward with kindness movement that was created to bring love and happiness to the world while bringing people together. With all the negative in the world, Parker wanted to do something positive and have the chance to show others that there is still good in the world. He wants to make this world a more beautiful, brighter, and happier place for everybody, one person at a time, with the use of art. The main factor he wants known is that together we can change the world for the better.
Spending anywhere from 2 to 8 hours a day in his studio painting and creating beautiful works of art. He works in a style he calls “Neo-Popism,” along with “Abstract Pop,” and his biggest creation, “The Red People.” With these styles, he is able to take his inner feelings and thoughts and transform them into a visual masterpiece for all to see and enjoy. By taking everyday factors that we as people encounter regularly, from the government and politics to sex and religion, Parker is able to capture issues and concepts in a form that is appealing to everyone.
Parker is a sponsored artist and has had his work in numerous galleries. He has also participated in many exhibits and won copious awards for his art. Parker's work has been published both nationally and internationally. He has also become an ambassador with Plaid Enterprises, Inc. Along with his many achievements, Parker has worked with the Mayor and City of West Palm Beach, Florida, as well as the VA Hospital of West Palm Beach, Florida, and will also be donating a painting to the Pulse Night Club in Orlando, Florida for the remembrance of those we lost in the horrible tragedy that happened there. His paintings currently are on display and in the permanent collection of both West Palm Beach City Hall and the VA Hospital of West Palm Beach.
Wanting to have a way to share his love and art, he desired to make his art accessible and affordable to everyone, so he created his own company and trademarked brand, Spread Love With Art, Inc. This gave him a new way to create and make his work available to everyone and make art both affordable and of high quality. It offers art in all different prices, sizes, and styles along with many different collectibles and accessories, but helps his vision come to life, to spread love with art.
Art is a way to bring happiness to others. Parker will continue his work until it becomes a household name, and everyone in the world becomes influenced in some form by his art.
Spread Love with Art, Inc.