Materials: Acrylic, charcoal pencil, graphite, and wax pastel on watercolor paper. Wooden frame. (hanging).
Size: 14” x 11” (framed)
My work explores figurative painting, primarily portraits. It is representational but still celebrates the brushstroke. Common subject matter found within my work includes my ideas on individual and group identity, sexual orientation, queer stereotypes, isolation, and the societal construction of gender identity.
Joseph's work was selected for the “PEOPLE” group exhibition at FRIEDA (June 2022 – August 2022).
The works for this exhibition is a collection of six solitary, vibrantly colorful portraits from the past six years. Joseph Eggleston has lived and worked in Philadelphia, PA since 2018, following a decade spent in New York City. He earned his B.F.A. degree in fine arts from the Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) in 2012 and has been a member of Da Vinci Art Alliance (Philadelphia) since 2021.
You can find more of Joseph’s work at his website.
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