Mexican Cultural Institute
Heston is thrilled to be exhibiting one of his pieces at the Mexican Cultural Institute this May/June.
Heston will be exhibiting his new painting 'By The Bay' from my 'Roots' - 'My Story To Tell' collection.
"Wooden fishing boats was always a fascination for me growing up on the island of Dominica. I use to sit and watch the men build them from scratch right on the beach, bend the wood, paint them, cure them and eventually pull then into the water.. to go fishing!!! I am humbled to be able to bring my imagination to life in this painting, and capture a beautiful side of the island called Scott’s Head."
art is the show
celebrates “the beauty that is blackness” in his series of artwork - Jazz Legends
This event is a curated expression of Heston’s passion for visual art and music. An opportunity to share his new collection of work with art enthusiasts and music lovers alike.
Heston has dedicated the past year to creating this series, which celebrates “the beauty that is blackness”. His life purpose is to create art that celebrates and uplifts blackness, while moving the culture forward.
Rumor Has It
"If there are any comparisons to be made, they would have to be with legendary artists such as Marvin, Smokey and Leon Ware for its honesty, musicality and the ability to produce songs where the subject and music align together as perfect bedfellows."
"Having heard the new project - "Love Junkie" is a jam-packed romp through the mind and the music of the artist - who after 10 years in this business, is at the top of his game"
"His voice rises and falls like ocean waves rolling over the white sands of his Dominica homeland. A guitar-welding troubadour whose tenor is as melodious as the island accent of his native tongue..."
"Few musicians today who wish to leave a legacy choose to not stay with 'what's hot'. Atlanta's latest R&B sensation Heston talks about where he got his smooth sound, sticking with live instrumentation and defining what is timeless music."