from Alabama, Matthew Bloomer created Delinda Arts to help others through art.

Matthew David Bloomer started Delinda Arts in March 8th of 2015, however, Matthew has been doing art ever since he laid eyes upon Lion King which was the first VHS his father gave him as a present not knowing that the gift would unlock a world of creativity for the talented individual. His father, Delbert Bloomer, was very nurturing of Matthew’s talents. His dad would always buy him “How To Draw Dragon Ball Z” training magazines and Matthew would freeze frame recordings of his favorite cartoons and practice his drawing. Bloomer stayed creative all throughout his high school career being voted “Most Artistic” of his class. He would doodle all the time in class while paying attention of course. He even designed a t-shirt for his school’s annual football rivalry. In 2012, he graduated high school and attended The Art Institute of Atlanta to study animation. Having stayed for two years with the Art Institute he withdrew from the program and attended SAE Institute of Atlanta in October of 2014 to learn audio engineering due to a strong passion for music that was suddenly sparked when he met a group of musically inclined individuals while attending the Art Institute of Atlanta. Also another short lived education, Bloomer stepped away from audio engineering school to tend to Delinda Arts which took shape while he was attending SAE. Delinda Arts is an extension off of his parents’ dream to have a computer company, Delinda Technical Services. Due to the loss of his father in 2001, his mother, Linda Bloomer had to step away from Delinda Technical Services to focus on raising Matthew and his twin sister, Maya. Although Delinda Arts is just comprised of Bloomer and his imagination, Matthew hopes to turn Delinda Arts into a creative powerhouse that would one day join the ranks of Apple and Disney.