May 2013 was the first time my art was accepted into the Seattle Erotic Art Festival (SEAF) with this piece: Serenity. The piece was a distinct diversion from my usual work at the time. I wanted to try something new: a new process, a new medium, a new style. Serenity was a risk for me, and every piece I’ve done for SEAF since then has been an exercise in risk taking, trying something new, and celebrating the unknown.
This year, two pieces have been accepted; “Liberte/Revolucion” as a visual art piece chosen by the jury, and “Juicy” a visual art piece chosen by the store. Both were out of my normal “wheelhouse” and I couldn’t be happier to see them in the Festival.
See you all at the Seattle Erotic Art Festival!