Last weekend, two figure paintings of mine, Pilgrim and Pond were published by Wilde Magazine, in their Spring 2013 Issue (Issue 2).
Quoting the statement from the official website, "Wilde Magazine was founded in 2012 with the goal of offering a queer
perspective on life through art and writing. We are a bi-annual
publication, available in both print and digital formats.
We seek to not only offer a high-quality publication of art and
literature, but to foster a communal and multimedia experience. Art and
writing, culture itself, is not a mere showcase of talent, but rather a
The nature of queer life, as well as an artistic life, is one centered
around community. It's essential in our creative abilities and our rise
against adversity. This struggle has been documented by gay artists and
writers before us, such as the very one after which this magazine is
christened - Oscar Wilde."
It is a honor to have my works included in this magazine. Below are the screenshots of the online previews. You may browse the magazine in a reduced format online, and the print and digital versions of the magazine can be purchased through MagCloud.
Pilgrim, Oil on Canvas, 24"x36", 2005
Pond, Oil on Canvas, 36"x48", 2001
This is the third publication of my paintings this year, following by Four Paintings of Mine Published by Superstition Review, April 2013 and Pomona Valley Review, Issue 7 Published with My Paintings and Installation.
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