KALISPELL, MT — Despite the neutral palette of his work uniform, Steve Levesque allows his creative side to shine though, altering his brown uniform with splashes of tie-dye and turquoise, according to the Daily Inter Lake.
Levesque, 54, is a custodian at Flathead High School, but he is also a self-taught artist, the article stated.
According to the article, Levesque''s artwork is described as colorful, using pops of fluorescent colors even when working with a neutral toned palette.
Levesque says he is inspired by people, architecture, dreams, his dogs and God, sometimes sketching out ideas, other times simply dropping paint on canvas as a starting point, the article noted.
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