About Me
  • Most of my art is displayed on Facebook (hre2art) and Instagram (@hre2art). I encourage you to stop by either, or both accounts.

  • If you are interested in a personal or custom drawing, I ask that you view several of my drawings first. I want you to have an idea of what you will be getting before you even contact me. This is very important to me.

  • My drawings are 1 of a kind, I don't do prints or copies. I use only top quality art materials and they all are protected by a fixatif coating for preservation and longevity.

  • I require full payment in advance, I will pay shipping and handling in most cases. I DO NOT ship overseas.

  • Thank you for stopping by, browse around and I hope that you find something that makes your day.

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                                                                                                                                                                                         Harry R. Eubanks, II
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About My Art


  •  As I've mentioned, my Art is one of a kind. I don't do prints at all. My reasoning is very simple, I wouldn't sell you something
         that I wouldn't buy. ​There's nothing wrong with prints (until you try to resell them). You can not get the true value of anything that is             a duplicate.

  • A one of a kind, hand drawing, can't be replicated precisely. If you want a custom drawing, you will be getting something as unique as your own fingerprint. You will be getting a part of my life, experience and countless hours of dedication towards my craft. That should not only be valuable to me, but you as well.

  • When you purchase a drawing from me, you're not just paying for the time it took for me to make the art, but for years of training, experimenting and practice. An artist is expected to master difficult skills and to have a unique vision and style. This takes an immense amount of time and effort to develop. 

  • Finally, my vision is to deliver a quality work of art that is truly original, in hopes that one day it will be worth much more than you paid for it. I like to think of it as an investment. For me it's not about my prices, I lean more towards - how much are you worth to yourself?


                                                                                                                                                                                         Blessings,
                                                                                                                                                                                         Harry R. Eubanks, II
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 Artist Statement
It's never been my intent to focus on a specialty subject. I'm constantly thinking of new ideas, creating new techniques and exploring new avenues. Some of those ideas remain in my head, and some transition to paper and develope into a piece of Art.

My view of the world is "diversity", I see people in so many different walks of life, rich, poor, happy, sad, successful, unknown, we all have a simularity called "uniqueness" and the irony is, since we are all unique, that is exactly what makes us all the same. My subject matter reflects both diversty and uniqueness. My Art captures a moment in time by hand, and holds that moment indefinitely. 

Art resonates from deep within my soul, it's a part of the fiber that comes together and creates a quilt. It inspires and invigorates my passion to create and explore. It's my sense of continuity, a gift from a higher authority, it's diversity and uniqueness. When I draw, every line, shade, dot requires a piece of my mind, every second, minute, hour, is a piece of my short time on earth, and every completed artwork is a part of my heart.

Harry R. Eubanks, II
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