Renée A. Fox
Renée A. Fox, Artist
Fox's work is inspired by Pop Art, Feminism, mural painting, traditional botanical drawing and animal art. Her work addresses the ways that things "feminine" can be manipulated to appear grotesque, taboo or cliché. She objectifies natural subjects, removing them from their natural context of landscape or still life by drastically enlarging them and painstakingly drawing them onto minimal backgrounds. The work ranges in size from intimate to environmental. Fox is represented by K. Saari Gallery in Steamboat Springs, CO and in California by select professionals.
Fox attended the Corcoran School of Art and Design in Washington DC and completed her undergrad at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. She has exhibited nationally and internationally. Group exhibitions include The Wild Flowers: Nature Reimagined curated by John O’ Brien Sturt Haaga Gallery, CA (2012), Bloom at MOAH (2012), LA Wood curated by China Adams, Arena 1 Gallery, CA (2014), Inside the Quad, curated by Meg Linton, Ben Maltz Gallery, CA (2014), and The Night opens / La Nuit s'ouvre, BLAM Projects Los Angeles, CA (2017). Solo exhibitions include Eve mural installation, Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH), CA (2013) Draw Me: Renée A. Fox + Nancy Jeffrey K Saari Gallery, CO (2013) and Renée A. Fox: A Decadent Work mural installation West LA College Gallery, CA (2013). She has work in the permanent collection at MOAH and in numerous private collections.