What social issue do you care most about and how do you express that in your art?
Women’s search for self esteem. What society tells women about that search versus what we might find in ourselves, or somewhere else.
Who is your favorite living artist and why?
Dana Schutz. She’s got balls, man. And she knows her color. Also, she would rather hit you with an emotion than “paint nice” . Her work reads much different in person, if you haven’t seen it that way. Just a smack in the face.
What do you see yourself doing in 20 years?
Painting what and how I WANT to paint and not what and how I THINK I should be painting.
On a personal level, who is your biggest supporter?
When my father died 13 years ago, that hole in my life was never re-filled. But I have to say, Didi, you do more for helping emerging artists than anyone I know.
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