Queer Fruit

A series exploring queer identity, sexual power dynamics, and the sociopolitical context of the emerging queer movement. The beauty of the contemporary use of "queer" lies in its subjectivity and fluidity, its non-definitive definition. It examines and celebrates the grey area between commonly accepted binaries such as man/woman, feminine/masculine, dominant/submissive, married/single, right/wrong, normal/aberrant. 

What Weight
What Weight

36 × 27″ acrylic, pencil, gesso, latex paint, and oil medium on canvas 2013 SOLD

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An Apple a Day...
An Apple a Day...

24 × 36″ oil, gesso, pencil, acrylic, and charcoal on canvas 2012

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Sink or Float
Sink or Float

48 x 30" gesso, pencil, charcoal, acrylic, house paint, and lacquer on canvas 2013

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Queer Fruit
Queer Fruit

30 x 60" gesso, pencil, acrylic, and house paint on canvas 2014

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Put a Lime in It
Put a Lime in It

28 x 40" gesso, pencil, acrylic, fluorescent paint, and house paint on canvas 2013 SOLD

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Pick Your Pleasure
Pick Your Pleasure

28 × 40″ guache, pencil, acrylic, and house paint on canvas 2013 SOLD

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Tit for Tat
Tit for Tat

28 x 40" acrylic, gesso, house paint, fluorescent paint, charcoal, pencil, and ink on canvas 2013

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New Strange Fruit
New Strange Fruit

28 × 22″ oil, gesso, and pencil on stretched canvas 2012 SOLD

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Half Hung
Half Hung

22 x 28" gesso, house paint, pencil, lacquer, and acrylic on canvas 2013

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Failure Bound
Failure Bound

21 x 28" gesso, house paint, acrylic, oil, pencil, and charcoal on canvas 2013 SOLD

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Fine Fruit Fills the Tongue
Fine Fruit Fills the Tongue

50 x 32" gesso, house paint, charcoal, pencil, acrylic, and lacquer on canvas 2013 SOLD

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Forbidden Fruit
Forbidden Fruit

48 x 60" gesso, house paint, and pencil on canvas 2014 SOLD

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