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Beauty Queen Totem, Carrara Bianco Marble, 11 ft.
Beauty Queen Totem, Carrara Bianco Marble, 11 ft.
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The Beginning  48 x 48 inches 

Wall Paper,  S+H
The Beginning 48 x 48 inches Wall Paper, S+H Stamps, Tulle Fabric, Card Stock, End Paper, Mixed Media and Polymer Acrylic on Canvas.
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SHE GONE ROGUE, 2012, Collection of Hammer Museum,
SHE GONE ROGUE, 2012, Collection of Hammer Museum, Courtesy of the artists and Luis De Jesus Los Angeles
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Where The Heart Is 
Collage on board 
16 x 20 in
Where The Heart Is Collage on board 16 x 20 in. Exhibited in the Fountain Arts Fair with Rush Arts Gallery, Miami, FL Instead of solely relying on outside media sources for my collages, I employ color printouts of various aspects of my own completed paintings and drawings. The details and sizes of the works requires and rewards viewing at the most intimate range, revealing details of itself over time.
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Man Hole (Icon), 2011 
Neon light, plywood, glass
Man Hole (Icon), 2011 Neon light, plywood, glass, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy 9.5 x 30 (diameter) inches Edition of 3 Courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery Photograph by Thelma Garcia
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All Mine 
Graphite on paper 28
All Mine Graphite on paper 28"x28" 2012 The dangers of power and prestige never phase these characters. They are seekers, careless of consequence, lovers of possibility and outcome above all else.
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Installation at PØST gallery in Los Angeles, CA i
Installation at PØST gallery in Los Angeles, CA in July 2012 where I presented a grid of my recent gouache on paper paintings. Each painting is 22 x 30 inches. To see more paintings click here.
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Beast Painting, oil on canvas, 108
Beast Painting, oil on canvas, 108" x 78", 2012
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Girl with the Leopard Coat, 2011.  Digital chromog
Girl with the Leopard Coat, 2011. Digital chromogenic print, 65 x 50 inches, Edition of 5. Courtesy of Awol Erizku / Hasted Kraeutler gallery, NYC.
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“Cage Against The Machine.”  
materials: acry
“Cage Against The Machine.” materials: acrylic, spray paint, marker. size: Dunno, big? Usually my little doodles don’t necessarily have to exist on a scale larger than a few feet. But this is the biggest wall I’ve done to date. It’s in Los Angeles and features the internet’s favorite Hollywood knucklehead, Nic Cage. I had a friend comment that she liked the finished piece, but thought Nic’s body looked a little scrawny. Which made me a little self-conscious because I had used my own physique as source material.
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