“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.
I am part of Root Division’s “Introductions 2020” this year opening August 19, 2020. Six pieces will be part of this group exhibit from my “Queeries” series of artwork. View the online exhibit at https://rootdivisiontalk.wpcomstaging.com/gallery/
The catalog for this exhibit can be viewed here: https://issuu.com/rootdivision/docs/intro2020_catalogue/16