“Q Anon (queer anonymous)” redefines the conspiracy theorists to a male couple. The balaclava covered pair of men kissing is a metaphor for those living in the closet, knowing what they want but afraid to be open about it. Hashtag this photo #QAnon to confuse those followers.
“Male Gayz” looks at the male gaze from a queer perspective.
“Love Story,” 2021, acrylic on canvas, 90″ X 30″ (triptych)
I enjoy doing paintings in series of three. Here are the latest (2021) acrylic on canvas, 24″ X 24″.
Here is a view of “Facing Oneself,” 2020, acrylic on canvas, 30″ X 30″ (triptych) at the Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA. It is part of a national juried group exhibit from March 5-30, 2021.
UN//TITLED: An Anthology of Queer Contemporary Art (2016 – 2020) I will be a featured artist along with 75 other queer artists being published in April 2021 by Balaclava.Q (John Hopper Publishing)
New paintings from 2020.