"My last art showcase was at the Massachusetts State House in 2016 with Senator John F. Kennen click here for more information on that. I was invited to showcase my art at the president's white house with U.S president Barack Obama but I was unable to be prepared in time and thus missed that opportunity. I also go by my artist's name Maxwulf. To see more art works by me click here.
We are a team interested in Alternative Expressionism. We display and sell our art works so we can inspire you and raise money for community projects." - Alantis Perkins
If you’re interested in all things creative, you’re probably checking us out. If you’re checking us out, chances are art captivates you, inspires you, brings you to your comfort zone and then maybe shocks you to your feet. That’s what we’re about. We are a team of the brave and a motley crew of the bold. Our interest is in Alternative Expressionism as more of a tool or mind set rather than a style. Our focus is provoking and promoting feelings, thoughts, stories, freedom of speech and creativity to inspire gockers anywhere and everywhere to come together and do something positive for you, me, their neighbor, and themselves. The founders, Alantis and Cindy, share the same ideals and want art to do more than just captivate and inspire but to bring folks together for a common positive cause. So they founded A/C Illustrated or Alantis and Cindy Illustrated, to illustrate their common ideals toward art, to realize the AC Illustrated family’s vision.
Art is one of the very few universal languages. So if we provide you a creative experience you can relate to, maybe folks from all over can come together and give the world a positive spin.
A/C Illustrated is the art division of Liberty Moon which was founded by Alantis Perkins.
Also, My past blogs below are my past attempts at Liberty Moon. I am currently a blogger at Liberty Moon. This is the final draft of my blog. my previous drafts: A/C illustrated, Perko Productions, Perko Entertainment, my myspace page, and Let's Care Together, were good drafts but too much focus on art and entertainment and less focus on the charity, activism, and philanthropic focus I intended. Once I had figured out the imbalance, Liberty Moon was born. I feel as if she was already. Now my previous blogs are sections or subsidiaries of Liberty Moon but revamped.