Spar Street is a successful businessman turned world renowned artist whose art and message would speak to art lovers.
Icons such as Richard Branson, Ted Turner, Eckhart Tolle all have something in common: while “success” and nobility are obvious fits, they also find inspiration in the work of an artist whose vision represents the passion, purpose, perseverance and integrity required to lead their noteworthy lives.
With this century’s recent interest in the art collections of the rich and famous, and while Spar Street’s works adorn the walls of millionaires, it’s not the monetary value placed on his art that drives Street to create — his work is made with a distinct purpose we rarely get to hear about.
Art with a Higher Purpose
Street’s work has been described as a “guiding path,” and art that has the power to remind them of what matters most in life. His paintings and sculptures, some over eight feet tall, are created with the goal of changing the world, and proudly leaving it to future generations.
In his most recent artistic and philanthropic venture, Street designed the Agent of Change award for UN Women this past September. The Award was granted to Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Her Excellency Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta, Her Excellency Madam Ban Soon-taek, First Lady of the United Nations. For more information about the artist and his work, visit http://www.sparstreet.com/