TextaQueen

Published in Art Collector, Issue 63, January – March 2013

Many of your subjects are women and are drawn from life. What is about these women that interests you?

I seek out people whose expressions of identities of gender, sexuality or race resonate with my own
experience. My creative process is very collaborative so I tend to choose people with whom I have both a functional creative chemistry and a congenial social dynamic.

What will you be exhibiting in your upcoming exhibition with Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art?

My show in February will be a series of self-portraits. I’ve drawn relatively few self-portraits over the years, instead making work with people I relate to that is intensively collaborative in concept. I’m challenging myself to creatively explore the personal reflections and evolutions I am processing around various aspects of my identities.
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