Current works studying colorful resiliency, defiant creativity and love through portrait series featuring transgender, genderqueer, and gender-fluid activists, artists, and leaders.
This acrylic painting series centers gender non-conforming souls reclaiming space and visibility with vivid larger than life portraits.
Umlilo (instagram bio) Kwai Diva of the universe Bubblegum Club feature. [ 36" x 60", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Chris Mosier (instagram bio) All-American duathlete Hall of Fame triathlete 1st out transman on Team USA Nike Specialized "Be who you needed when you were younger". [ 36" x 60", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Jari Jones (instagram bio) Actress // Singer // Editorial Photographer & Videographer // Model & Talent Scout ?? Creative Director ?? Trans-Femme Public Figure. Based in NYC. [ 36" x 36", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Alok Vaid-Menon (instagram bio) Writer, performer, fashionist@ clashing prints & genders everywhere they go! . [ 36" x 60", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Tiq Milan (instagram bio) Tall, dark & handsome International Speaker & Host. Music Journalist & Political Writer, Model, Poet. [ 36" x 60", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Marshall Luther (instagram bio) Learning and loving and becoming // trans non binary queer, femme af, they/them // black lives matter, trans lives matter. [ 36" x 36", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Vuyisani Bisholo (instagram bio) The Queen of Vastness(c) VAST (c) . [ 36" x 36", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Nitzan Krimsky (instagram bio) Unidentified. Mixed media artist. Intuitive spiritualist and astrologer. Self documenting for 16 years. [ 36" x 60", Acrylic paint on canvas, 2017 ]
Rae Senarighi (born Missoula, Montana) is a transgender non-binary artist and illustrator based in Portland, Oregon. His colorful works are influenced by nearly a decade of scientific illustration, studying the natural world in micro and macro. After surviving cancer in 2015, Rae dedicated her artwork to only that which comes from love.
Rae creates artwork from a place of loving meditation and hopes that you feel connection with the individuals represented here. We are all connected.
Some things that Matter:
Black Trans Lives
Standing up for Social Justice