Collection: Trá Slaughter

51 products
A Little Touch To Get Things Shaking
A Little Touch To Get Things Shaking
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$5,800
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Ali
Ali
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$1,800
AMOR
AMOR
AMOR
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$5,800
Anything Will Do
Anything Will Do
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$650
Beyoncé
Beyoncé
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$1,500
Big Pink Hole Punch
Big Pink Hole Punch
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$650
Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly
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$2,300
Captain
Captain
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$2,800
Change
Change
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$875
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Dempsey
Dempsey
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$1,800
Dimebag Darrell
Dimebag Darrell
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$1,500
Don't Let Me Down
Don't Let Me Down
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$6,800
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Equality
Equality
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$850
Fast Car
Fast Car
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$1,500
George Jones
George Jones
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$1,500
God, GoLightly
God, GoLightly
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$3,750
Good Trouble
Good Trouble
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$850
Graceless
Graceless
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How Lucky
How Lucky
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$750
I Am No. 1
I Am No. 1
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$75
I Couldn’t Find Quiet
I Couldn’t Find Quiet
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$750
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I Won’t Fuck Us Over
I Won’t Fuck Us Over
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$850
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Jack Johnson
Jack Johnson
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$1,800
Janis Joplin
Janis Joplin
Janis Joplin
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$2,300
Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter
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$1,500
Knocking On Heaven’s Door
Knocking On Heaven’s Door
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$1,800
Leon Bridges
Leon Bridges
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$1,500
Little Pink Pistol
Little Pink Pistol
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$625
Loudness
Loudness
Loudness
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$625
My Heart Was A Swarm
My Heart Was A Swarm
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$2,800
On Cue
On Cue
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$875
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Pink Rabbits
Pink Rabbits
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$3,750
Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison
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$1,500
Scrum
Scrum
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$650
Selena
Selena
Selena
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$2,300
Shadow Boxing in the Dark
Shadow Boxing in the Dark
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$650
Silent Gaze Through Heavy Haze
Silent Gaze Through Heavy Haze
Silent Gaze Through Heavy Haze
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$5,800
Sleep Soundly, Child
Sleep Soundly, Child
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$2,600
Star Man Falling
Star Man Falling
Star Man Falling
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$625
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Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan
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$1,500

 


BIO

Houston-based artist Trá Slaughter has been an artist for as long as he can remember. Painting, drawing and creating have always been in my blood. He grew up about an hour south of Houston, Texas and moved to the city in 2000 to attend The Art Institute of Houston. He obtained a degree in Graphic Design in 2002. After spending several years in the career field, Slaughter eventually transitioned to working as a full-time artist nearly 10-years ago. His work spans several styles created in numerous mediums, including oil, acrylic, latex, oil sticks, charcoal and just about anything else that can be use to make a mark. His work often explores the outward expression of our inner emotions. Slaughter says: “I see us all as donning a mask, or shield in order to go out and do our battles, to handle our lives. The mask never truly reveals what’s going on “behind the scenes” of our mind and emotions.”

His most recent work stems from the visualization of song lyrics. In these pieces, Slaughter invites the viewer along on the same path experienced by the artist each time he listens to a favorite song, allowing the lyrics themselves to become the main subject of the work.