Painting & Drawing


Clara Gomez, Self Portrait with Expression, Charcoal on Paper

Clara Gomez, Self Portrait, Charcoal on Paper

Thomas Arrigoni, Self Portrait with Expression, Charcoal on Paper

Vanessa Deleon, Self Portrait, Charcoal on Paper

Michael Petrizzi, Self Portrait with Expression, Charcoal on Paper

Clara Gomez, Figure Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Ashley Zavala, Figure Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Andrew Florez, Figure Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Clara Gomez, Figure Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Samir Lesmes, Self Portrait with Expression, Charcoal on Paper

Elizabeth Doyle, Portrait In Interior, Charcoal on Paper

Elizabeth Doyle,Self_Portrait, Charcoal on Paper

Esther Baek, Interior, Charcoal on Paper

Goli Kocharian, Flowers, Watercolor

Rebecca Kobylarz, Figure 2, Watercolor

Rebecca Kobylarz, Figure 1, Watercolor

Rebecca Kobylarz, Figure 3, Watercolor

Rebecca Kobylarz, Still Life, Watercolor

Olivia Fusco, Still Life, Watercolor

Goli Kocharian, Still Life, Watercolor

Illanna Shapiro, Figure 1, Watercolor

Theresa Ventre, Hand Holding Object, Charcoal on Paper

Theresa Ventre, Multiple Figures, Ink on Paper

Ashley Williams, Birken, Charcoal on Paper

Danny Argueta, Drawing on Paper

Danny Argueta, Drawing on Paper
Ryan Roachie, The Solace In Closure, Painting

My current selection of paintings I’ve done through out 2020-21 reflect the many emotions I felt through out such a short amount of time. For the most part, a big influence on my vivid color palette is due to the vivid dreams that in many ways effect my mental state as I tend to replay them in my head and allow them to dictate my emotions in reality. I think most of the negative space in my paintings really reflect how empty the world felt and still feels as I currently feel caged in my room 24/7. Which is why I use a globe or planet type of setting with empty surfaces to kind of take myself into another planet with genderless beings who crawl these worlds. I owe a lot of my creations to the artistry in drag culture . Drag is all about self expression and in many ways could be very surreal in the way they paint their faces and dress themselves. Eyes are very prominent with the paranoia I felt through 2020. With my mother telling me “abre seu olho“ (open your eyes) every second and with the amount of anxiety I got on social media, all lead up to the use of the bloodshot eyes in my paintings.


Ryan Roachie, Caveria Caderia, Painting

Ryan Roachie, Current, Painting

Ryan Roachie, The Birth of Bimini, Painting

Ryan Roachie,Third Eye Nightmare, Painting


Theresa Ventre, Portrait

Aimee Trino, Many Bottles

Chana Tolchin, Many Bottle Painting

Chana Tolchin, Many Bottle Painting

Jeffrey Paquit, Finished Box

Lidiya Pagano, Painted relief surface

Larissa_LeVon-Zayas, Many Bottle Painting

Lidiya Pagano, three bottles shadow

Lynne Birrer, Many Bottle PAINTING

Ryan Roachie, Many Bottle PAINTING

Theresa Ventre, Bottles

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