BKFoxx is a public artist from New York (Long Island, technically).
She paints photorealistic murals in only spray paint; no brushes, no projectors, no stencils.
She usually starts with an idea or a concept, then sets up a scene and photographs it,
and from that makes a reference image for the wall.
The images are meant to be high quality, potent, and thought provoking to the viewer.
She likes the idea that some art should be temporary,
existing while it is relevant and meant to be appreciated in real time.
She thinks that art is important for everyone, and focuses on public art for that reason.
She believes in honesty, authenticity, and respect.
She wants to make the world a more fair place.
BKFoxx is an artist whose work colours the streets of New York sending a message of precision and commitment. Autodidact, BKFoxx works on huge surfaces. Her talent has propelled her to the forefront of the contemporary New York stage. Sensitive to the animal cause and to environmental issues, she demonstrates her undeniable talent to perfectly incarnate hyper-realism. The attention that she gives to detail in her paintings make them faithful to the pictorial reality of the world, all the while emitting a speech of commitment, of a society struggling with environmental issues.
The themes she affirms through her paintings are basically a reflection of her own aspirations: to emotionally move others, impact on their reality, make them aware of the realities that surround them. She likes to paint scenes from daily life, the imaginary dotted with cosmic motifs, objects for which she feels a sentimental or symbolic attachment, giving her universe an unparalleled vitality through a unique style of working, capable to give to reality an innovative powerful character.