AND THEN ONE DAY SHE JUST OPENED UP...
Fox is a Los Angeles based artist. Her art is deeply autobiographical as she pulls from her tumultuous childhood, desires, fears, sensuality, sexuality and deepest wishes. With bright colors, the female figure, images of BICPOC, mixed media, graphic elements and often words — she expresses her broken heart and stories of hope to remind marginalized communities of their innate power, beauty and strength.
Her passion lies in representation of BIPOC, LGBTQ+, body positive, sex positive and female empowerment. She also dives deep into the struggles, narratives, expectations, dreams and longing to live as our authentic selves. At times she doesn't feel she has control over what inspires her, but when it arrives - she listens and paints.
She has exhibited in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Barbara and Seattle. Fox’s art has been described as having duende [spirit, blood, passion, depth - having a visceral element] and quoted as " ... Warhol gone erotic." - Marin Independent Journal.
“I love being an artist. I get to be raw, naked, vulnerable and bold... and then I get to share it with the world. This terrifies me and exhilarates me at the same time. My goal is to voice my truest-self and to hopefully be a voice for those who don’t have one. And to remind people that we were once Kings & Queens. Remember this, know this & feel this." — Fox