Encouraged by her grandfather to draw, Priscilla Ferguson
decided early on to become a visual artist. Since the age of
six she has followed his advice. The most important influences
on her work have been several contemporary artists including
Vincent Valdez, Alex Rubio and landscape artist Bill Zaner.
Her favorite part of being an artist is losing herself in the
creation of each piece. Bringing an idea or visualization to life
on canvas or paper is enormously satisfying. Her work is all
about storytelling. As a narrative painter, pastel and charcoal artist, she focuses on intense and intimate imagery.
In Texas, Ferguson has participated in the New Braunfels Art League’s Wurstfest show; Aries Gallery, Houston Group show; Coffeehouse Group show, Houston; and The Southwest
School of Art student shows.